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1973 



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Annual Report 

PLYMOUTH 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 










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YEAR ENDING 



December 31, 1973 



DATES TO REMEMBER 



January 1 

fiscal Year Begins 

January 31 

Last date for retaining last year's auto registration number 

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February 13 

Meeting — Supervisors of Checklist 

Town Clerk's Office— Court House 7:00-9:00 P. M. 

February 23 

Meeting — Supervisors of Checklist 

Town Clerk's Office— Court House 10:00-A. M. -1 P. M. 

March 5 

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 
Plymouth Area School 

March 7 

ANNUAL PLYMOUTH VILLAGE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT MEETING 

Plymouth Area School 

March 14 

ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETING 
March 31 

Motor Vehicle Registration Expires 

AprU 1 

All property both real and personal, assessed to owner this date. 

AprU 15 

Last day to file inventory to be eligible to make claim to abatement RSA 77:14 
Last day for veterans to file for tax exemptions 
Last day to file for tax exemptions of elderly persons 

May 1 

Dog tax due. Licenses available from Town Clerk 

Bicycle plates due. Licenses available at Police Station from Police Chief 

June 3 

Meeting — Supervisors of Checklist for changes in party registration — Town Clerk's 
Office— Court House 7:00-9:00 P. M. 

June 11 

Meeting — Supervisors of Checklist for changes in party registration — 

Town Clerk's Office— Court House 7:00-9:00 P. M. 



(CONTINUED ON BACK PAGE) 

I, 



ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



OFFICERS 

OF THE 

Town of 
Plymouth, N. H. 

YEAR ENDING 

December 31, 1973 



MOUNTAIN MEDIA, INC. 

PLYMOUTH, N. H. 



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INDEX 



Ambulance Service 56 

Auditors Report 76 

Budget 16 

Civil Defense 64 

Conservation Commission 68 

Detailed Statement of Payments 35 

District Court 54 

Donated Food Program 60 

Federal Revenue Sharing 69 

Financial Statement 23 

Fire Department 55 

Forest Fire Warden 75 

Home Health Agency 68 

Information Booth 67 

Inventory of Evaluation 20 

Overseer of Poor 59 

Park & Recreation Department 65 

Parking Meter Account 50 

Planning Board 69 

Plymouth Airport 31 

Police Department 51 

Property Owned by Town 57 

Public Library 61 

Selectman's Report 19 

Statement of Approp. & Taxes 21 

Statement of Bonded Indebtedness 24 

Tax Collector 25 

Town Clerk 30 

Town Meeting '73 6 

Town Officers 4 

Treasurer 27 

Trust Funds 71 

Vital Statistics 77 

Warrant 11 



TOWN OFFICERS 



Selectmen: 

Madison W. Sears 
Robert J. Crowley 
Wayne C. Lewison 

Moderator: George T. Ray 

Town Clerk: Carol A. Elliott 

Town Treasurer: Carol A. Elliott 

Tax Collector: Virginia M. Wood 

Supervisors of Check List: 

Henrietta White 
Polly A. Forbes 
Suzanne Lx)izeaux 



Term Expires 1 974 
Term Expires 1 975 
Term Expires 1976 



Term Expires 1974 
Term Expires 1976 
Term Expires 1978 



Overseer of Poor: Denzil Smith 
Health Officer: William H. Hopkins 
Auditors: Keith Philbrick, Edith R. Smith 
Director of Airport: Henry Fracher 
Director of Civil Defense: Brian F. Parris 
Forest Warden: Glenn L. Williams 
Director of Plymouth Ambulance: Louis Sleeper 
Road Agent: Fred Hussey 

Library Trustees: 

William F. Batchelder 
Dorothy Smith 
Rowena Wixson 

Trustees of Trust Funds: 

Elmore Cochran 
James E. Currie 
Alida Buckland 



Term Expires 1974 
Term Expires 1 975 
Term Expires 1976 



Term Expires 1974 
Term Expires 1975 
Term Expires 1 976 



Acting Chief of Police: Donald Young 

Police Officers: Howard Minnon, Hugh Besemer, Sidney Carlson, Richard Farrell, 
Gerald Ward 



budget Committee; 

Lee Buckland 
Arthur Christiansen 
Robert Frey 
John Noyes 

Adjustment Board: 

Fletcher Adams 
Clarence Jones 
George Bartlett 
Suzanne Loizeaux 
William Noyes 
Richard Brown 
Priscilla Guinan 



Term Expires 1974 
Term Expires 1 974 
Term Expires 1975 
Term Expires 1976 



Term Expires 1 974 
Term Expires 1975 
Term Expires 1976 
Term Expires 1977 
Term Expires 1978 
Alternate Member 
Alternate Member 



Parii and Recreation Commission: 

Richard Hutchins 
Patricia Straw 
William Wilkinson 
Carol George 
Wallace C. Gushing 

Planning Board: 

E. James Smith 

John Pillsbury 

Harold Trojano, Chairman 

Henry Fracher 

Robert O'Neill 

Phyllis Sutherland 

Conservation Committee: 

Joel Barney 
Nelson Jacques 
Rosamund Orr, Clerk 
Russell Allen 
John Webster 
Norman McWilliams 
Robert Frey, Chairman 



Term Expires 1 974 
Term Expires 1975 
Term Expires 1975 
Term Expires 1976 
Term Expires 1976 



Term Expires 1974 
Term Expires 1 974 
Term Expires 1975 
Term Expires 1975 
Term Expires 1976 
Term Expires 1976 



Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 



Expires 1974 
Expires 1974 
Expires 1975 
Expires 1975 
Expires 1976 
Expires 1976 
Expires 1976 



TOWN MEETING— MARCH 6, 1973 



A legal meeting of the inhabitants of the Town of Plymouth was held in the Plymouth 
Area High School Gymnasium on Tuesday, March 6, 1973, and opened at 10:00 o'clock 
in the forenoon by the Moderator, Atty. George T. Ray, Jr., reading from the 1973 ' 
warrant. It was voted to dispense with further reading of the warrant until 7:30 o'clock in 
the afternoon. Moderator Ray then declared the polls open to ballot on Article 1 in the 
Town Warrant and Article 1 in the School District Warrant and to close not earlier than 
6:00 o'clock in the afternoon. 

The polls were closed to voting on Article 1 in the Town Warrant and Article 1 in the 
School District Warrant at 6:15 o'clock in the afternoon. 

At 7:30 o'clock in the afternoon the meeting was opened by Moderator Ray with a 
salute to the flag. 



ARTICLE 2: Town Charges; 

Voted to raise 



$148,772.00 



This sum to be apportioned as follows: 

Officers' Salaries 

Officers' Expenses 

Elect. & Reg. Expenses 

Plymouth Dist. Court Expenses 

Town Hall & Other Buildings 

Street Lights 

Vital Statistics 

Town Poor 

Old Age Assistance 

Town Dump 

Motor Vehicle Permits 

Legal Expenses 

Soc. Sec. -Blue Cross 

Interest 

Long Term Notes 



$ 6,650.00 

25,070.00 
800.00 

14,690.00 
6,000.00 

16,300.00 
300.00 
3,000.00 
8,000.00 
8.500.00 
2,900.00 
1,000.00 

16,000.00 
9,562.00 

30.000.00 



$148,772.00 

Article 3: Courthouse Note: 

Voted to authorize withdrawal of the sum of $10,000 from the Revenue Sharing 
Fund established under the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972 
for use as a set-off against the 1972 Courthouse note to Grafton County (payment 
due April 1, 1973) in the amount of $10,000.00. 

ARTICLE 4: Lihrary Trustees: 

Rowena Wixson was elected for a term of three years. 



ARTICLE 5: — Park Commissioners 

Carol George and Wallace Gushing were each elected for a term of three years. 



ARTICLE 6: — Trustees of Trust Funds: 

Alida Buckland was elected for a term of three years. 

ARTICLE 7: — Police Deparwnent Expenses for Year: 

Voted to raise and appropriate $06,000.00 

ARTICLE 8: — Purchase of New Police Cruiser: 

Voted to authorize withdrawal of the sum of $2,000.00 from the Revenue Sharing 
Fund established under the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972 
for use as a set-off against the amount appropriated under Article 7 to purchase a 
new police cruiser. 

ARTICLE 9:— Free Public Library: 

Voted to raise and appropriate $13,410.00 

ARTICLE 10:— Zoning Board of Adjustment: 

William Noyes was elected for a term of five years. 

ARTICLE 11: — Maintenance and Construction of Highways: 

Voted to raise $106,676.00 

ARTICLE 12: — Purchase of Pickup Trucit with Plow and Power Sander: 

Voted to authorize withdrawal of the sums of $4,700 & $3,500 from the Revenue 
Sharing Fund established under the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act 
of 1972 for use as a set-off against the amounts appropriated under Article 11 to 
purchase a new pickup truck with plow ($4,700) and power sander ($3,500) and, 
further, to authorize the Selectmen to make pro-rata reductions in the amounts if 
estimated entitlements are reduced. 



ARTICLE 13:— New Highway Department Garage: 

The Report of the Committee appointed by the Selectmen persuant to an af- 
firmative vote on Article 27 of the 1972 Warrant was read by Mr. Niels Nielsen. It 
was voted by excess of a two-thirds required standing vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $55,000.00 to finance the cost of construction of a new garage for the 
Highway Department to be erected on land leasea by the Town from the Plymouth 
Village Water and Sewer District near the sewage treatment plant, $35,000 of the 
sum so appropriated to be set-off by a withdrawal in that amount from the Revenue 
Sharing Fund established under the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act 
of 1972, and the balance to be raised by borrowing on credit of the Town through the 
issuance of serial notes or bonds of the 'R)wn pursuant to the Municipal Finance 
Act, the amount to be raised by borrowing to be adjusted upward by the Selectmen if 
estimated entitlements under the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972 are 
reduced. 



ARTICLE 14: — Sale of "Town Shed Property" at the corner of Cummings and Avery 
Streets: 

Article 14 was amended and it was moved and voted in the affirmative that the 
Selectmen be authorized to sell the property at the corner of Cummings and Avery 
Sts., known as the "Town Shed Property" to the Sceva Speare Memorial Hospital for 
the sum of $1.00 



ARTICLE 15:— Sidewalks 

Voted to raise and appropriate $2,500.00 

ARTICLE 16: — State Aid Highway Maintenance: 

Voted to raise 694,63 

ARTICLE 17: — Acceptance of a Deed from Eleanor Colbath and her Husband, R. Dale 
Colbath: 

Voted to accept above deed to a strip of land, 50 feet in width, to be used as a 
Town Road, which strip extends in an easterly direction 800 feet, more or less, from 
Roure 3-A in West Plymouth and terminates as a turnaround which has a radius of 
50 feet, said deed to contain a description by metes and bounds satisfactory to the 
Selectmen. 

ARTICLE 18: — Acceptance of a Deed from the Trustees of Woodland Trust, formerly 
Plymouth Realty Trust: 

Voted to accept above deed to a strip of land 50 feet in width now known as Summit 
Road, to be used as a Town road, which strips extend in a westerly and north- 
westerly direction 2,000 feet, more or less, from Stage Coach Road and terminates at 
a turnaround which has a radius of 100 feet, said deed to contain a description by 
metes and bounds satisfactory to the Selectmen, provided, however, that the 
Selectmen are authorized to maintain a barrier at the entrance of Summit Road until 
such time as at least one dwelling house is placed under construction on one of the 
lots fronting on said road. 

\RTICLE 19:— Fire Department Expenses for Year: 

Voted to Raise and appropriate $64,000.00 

An amendment to Article 19 was made and accepted, reading as follows: "That a 
study committee of five (5) shall be appointed by the Selectmen, one of whom shall be 
a Selectman and one the Fire Chief, and it shall be charged with the task of drawing 
the specifications for what would be the most suitable piece of fire apparatus for the 
Town to purchase and said committee to report to the 1974 Town Meeting. 

ARTICLE 20: — Sceva Speare Memorial Hospital: 

Voted to raise and appropriate $2,500.00 

The sum so appropriated to be used exclusively for the purchase of needed 
equipment. 

ARTICLE 21:— Ambulance Service for the Town of Plymouth: 

Voted to raise and appropriate $7,000.00 

ARTICLE 22: — Care of Shade Trees and Planting of New Trees: 

Voted to raise and appropriate $2,800.00 

ARTICLE 23:— Civil Defense 

Voted to raise and appropriate $750.00 

ARTICLE 24:— N. E. Tel. & Tel. Company 

Voted to grant to the New England Telephone and Telegraph Company a right of 
way to maintain its underground lines across the property of the Town known as the 
Plymouth Airport, an approximate distance of 2,498 feet, said right of way to be 
subject to a vote by the Town each year at its annual meeting. The anicle was 



amended by adding: "This right of way is granted subject to rebating by New 
England Telephone and Telegraph Company of the Plymouth Airpon telephone bill 
up to $200.00 in the next 12 months." The article was adopted as amended. 

ARTICLE 25: — Plymouth Airport — Maintenance and Improvement: 

Voted to raise and appropriate $1 ,060.00 

ARTICLE 26: — Park and Recreation Commission for Development and Maintenance of 
Recreation Areas and Conducting a Year-Round Recreation Program: 

Voted to raise and appropriate $20,346.00 

ARTICLE 27: — Authority for Selectmen to Borrow Money in Anticipation of Taxes: 

Voted to so authorize. 

ARTICLE 28:— Band Concerts for the Summer of 1973— Plymouth Community Band: 

Voted to raise and appropriate $750.00 

ARTICLE 29:— Memorial Day: 

Voted to raise and appropriate $175.00 

ARTICLE 30: — Neglected and Abandoned Cemeteries: 

Voted to raise and appropriate $300.00 

ARTICLE 31: — Town Advertising — Attendant at Information Booth: 

voted to raise and appropriate $300.00 

ARTICLE 32: — Authorization for Selectmen to Handle Real Estate Acquired by Tax 
Collector's Deed: 

Voted to so authorize. 

ARTICLE 33:— Budget Committee: 

Lee Buckland was elected for a term of one year. 

ARTICLE 34:— PemiBaker Home Health Agency: 

Voted to raise and appropriate $2,610.00 

ARTICLE 35:— Lakes Region Mental Health Center of Laconia, N. H. 

Voted to raise and appropriate $2,236.00 



ARTICLE 36:— Designation of "Scenic Road". 

It was voted to designate as a "Scenic Road" under R.S.A. 253:17-18, the Old 
Hebron Road, so-called, which extends from its intersection with the Texas Hill 
Road, so-called, to its intersection with the Bell Road, so-called, and the Pike Hill 
Road, so-called. 



ARTICLE 37:— Low Cost Housing for the Elderly: 

It was voted to authorize the Selectmen to appoint a committee to consist of five 
members to investigate the problem of providing low cost housing for the elderly, 
said committee to submit a report of its findings and recommendations to the 1974 
Town Meeting. 



ARTICLE 38: — Phase I — Courthouse Renovation: 

Voted to raise and appropriate $20,000.00 

This sum to defray the cost of Phase I of the renovation of the courthouse building 

on Main Street as recommended by Reginald A. Bisson, Registered Engineer, and to 

raise the sum so appropriated by borrowing on the credit of the Town through the 

issuance of serial notes or bonds of the Town pursuant to the Municipal Finance Act. 

ARTICLE 39:— Any Other Business: 

Gratitude was expressed to Eldwin A. Wixson for his service as a member of the 
Plymouth School Board from 1969 through 1973. 

The Town expressed its deep appreciation to M. Wayne Bowie, Superintendent of 
Schools from 1954 through 1973. 

A round of applause was given to the members of the Plymouth Royal Eagles for 
their many accomplishments. 

A vote of thanks was given to Mr. Norman Samaha for his nine years of faithful 
service as a Plymouth Selectman. 

The meeting was adjourned at 1 1 :20 o'clock in the afternoon. 



RESULTS OF VOTING FOR TOWN OFFICERS 



Total Votes Cast: 541 



Selectman for Three Years 

Overseer of Poor 

Town Trwasurer 

Road Agent 

Auditors 



Wayne C. Lewison — 410 
Denzil J. Smith — 346 
CarolA. Elliott— 513 
Fred C. Hussey-^70 

Keith L. Philbrick-^62 
Edith R. Smith— 477 



SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
SEPTEMBER 25, 1973 



A special Town Meeting authorized by the Superior Court of the State of New 
Hampshire for the County of Grafton, was held September 25, 1973 at 7:30 o'clock in the 
afternoon at the Plymouth Court House. 

The meeting was opened by Deputy Moderator Leonard Sawyer. 

The Warrant for the Special Town Meeting was read by Moderator Sawyer to those 
twenty (20) citizens present. 

Selectman Sears explained Article I, which was then voted upon and passed as read. 

Article H was then voted upon and passed unanimously. 

Under Article III no other business came before the meeting. 

10 Moderator Sawyer adjourned the meeting at 7:45 o'clock in the afternoon. 



WARRANT FOR 1974 ANNUAL MEETING 
OF THE TOWN OF PLYMOUTH 



To the inhabitants of the Town of Plymouth in the County of Grafton and State of 
New Hampshire quahfied to vote in town affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Plymouth Area School in said Plymouth on 
Tuesday the fifth day of March, next, polls to be open for voting on Articles 1 through 7 
at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon and to close promptly at 6:00 o'clock in the afternoon, 
with action on the remaining articles to be taken commencing at 7:30 o'clock in the 
evening. 

Article 1 : To elect all town officers which appear on the official town ballot for the 
ensuing year. 

Article 2: To choose two delegates to the State Constitutional convention. 

Article 3: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 1 as proposed by the 
planning board for the Plymouth Zoning Ordinance as follows? 

This amendment would add a height restriction of 35 feet in all zones. (This 
question will appear on the official town ballot.) 

Article 4: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 2 as proposed by the 
planning board for the Plymouth Zoning Ordinance as follows? 

This amendment would impose lot size, setback and density limitations for single- 
family dwellings, mobile homes, cluster houses and multiple residence buildings in the 
Agriculture Zone. (This question will appear on the official town ballot.) 

Article 5: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 3 as proposed by the 
planning board for the Plymouth Zoning Ordinance as follows? 

This amendment would require the filing of a notice of intent with the Selectmen 
with respect to the construction or placement of any building or structure on any lot and 
would make failure to file such notice of intent subject to a fine of Twenty Dollars 
($20.00). (This question will appear on the official town ballot.) 

Article 6: Shall we adopt the homeowners' exemption porvisions of R.S.A. Chapter 
72 granting a $5,000 exemption based on equalized assessed valuation on all owner- 
occupied units and a $10,000 exemption based on equalized assessed valuation on all 
owner-occupied units owned by persons over sixty-five (65) years of age? (This question 
will appear on the official town ballot pursuant to a petition to the Selectmen under 
R.S.A. 39:3.) 

Article 7: Do you approve of having two sessions for the annual town meeting in this 
town, the first session for choice of town officers elected by an official ballot and other 
action required to be inserted on said official ballot and the second session, on a date set 
by the Selectmen, for transaction of other business? (This question will appear on the 
official town ballot.) 

Article 8: To raise such sums of money as may be necessary to defray town charges 
for the ensuing year and make appropriations of the same. 

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Article 9: To choose one (1) Library Trustee for a term of three (3) years. 

Article 10: To see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
for the support of the Free Public Library. 

Article 11: To choose one (1) Park Commissioner for a term of three (3) years. 

Article 12: To see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
for the Park and Recreation Commission to develop and maintain recreation areas and 
facilities and conduct a year-round community public recreation program. 

Article 13: To choose one (1) Trustee of Trust Funds for a term of three (3) years. 

Article 14: To see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate to 
defray the costs of operating the Police Department. 

Article 15: To see if the Town will vote to authorize withdrawal from the Revenue 
Sharing Fund established under the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 
1972 of the sum of $2,300.00 for use as a set-off against the amount appropriated under 
Article 12 to purchase a new police cruiser. 

Article 16: To choose one (1) member of the Zoning Board of Adjustment for a term 
of five (5) years. 

Article 17: To see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
for the maintenance and construction of highways. 

Article 18: To see if the Town will vote to authorize withdrawal from the Revenue 
Sharing Fund established under the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 
1972 for use as set-offs against budget appropriation under Article 17 and, further, to 
authorize the Selectmen to make pro-rata reductions in the amounts if estimated en- 
titlements are reduced: 

Appropriation Estimated Amount 

Two new Trucks $11,116.00 



Article 19: To hear the report of the Regional Refuse Disposal Committee which 
has been established in accordance with R.S.A. 53-B:l and to see what sum of money the 
Town will vote to appropriate for solid waste disposal facilities, the sum so appropriated 
to be raised by borrowing on the credit of the Town through the issuance of bonds or 
notes of the Town pursuant to the Municipal Finance Act, R.S.A. Chapter 33, and to 
authorize the Selectmen to apply for, contract for and receive on behalf of the Town such 
state aid and/or federal aid as may now be available or hereafter become available for 
financing said project. 



Article 20: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to apply for, 
contract for, accept and expend on behalf of the Town such financial aid as the Town 
may now be entitled to receive or hereafter become entitled to receive from the Federal 
Disaster Assistance Administration. 



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Article 21: To see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
for sidewalks. 

Article 22: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $693.57 
in order to secure from the state the sum of $4,623.82 to be expended for town road aid. 

Article 23: To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to accept from Land/- 
Vest Properties, Inc., for use as town roads, a deed to the Town of two existing private 
ways 50 feet in width known as Oak Ridge Road (from its junction with Thurlow Street 
and running generally westerly approximately 2,800 feet to the end thereof) and Wooly 
Pasture Road (from its junction with Oak Ridge Road and running generally northerly 
approximately 850 feet to the end thereof) as shown on plan entitled "Plan of Fracher 
Lot for Land/Vest, Inc., Plymouth, New Hampshire" by C. R. Storer, Inc. dated June 7, 
1971, and recorded in Grafton County Registry of Deeds In Pocket 1, Folder 8, Plan 21. 
Said plan shows said roads as providing access for 15 lots within said subdivision. If there 
is an acceptance by the Town, a good and sufficient warranty deed conveying the said 
premises described above will be delivered to the Town at no cost to the Town. 

Article 24: To see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate to 
defray the costs of operating the Fire Department. 

Article 25: To hear the report of the committee appointed to investigate the pur- 
chase of a new fire truck and to see what sum of money the Town will vote to appropriate 
to purchase a new fire truck, $25,0(X).00 of the sum so appropriated to be set-off by a 
withdrawal in that amount from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under the 
provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972. and the balance to be raised by 
borrowing on the credit of the Town through the issuance of bonds or notes of the Town 
pursuant to the Municipal Finance Act, the amount to be raised by borrowing to be 
adjusted upward by the Selectmen if estimated entitlements under the State and Local 
Assistance Act of 1972 are reduced. 

Article 26: To see if the Town will vote to adopt the provisions of R.S.A. 55:9-a and 
R.S.A. 55:9-b which authorizes the Town Clerk to add names to the checklist and to 
present such names to the supervisors of the checklist. 

Article 27: To see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate for 
the Sceva Speare Memorial Hospital, the sum so appropriated to be used exclusively for 
the purchase of needed equipment. 

Article 28: To see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
for ambulance service. 

Article 29: To see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate to 
establish a Capital Reserve Fund for a new ambulance. 

Article 30: To see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate for 
the Civil Defense Auxiliary Police Unit. 

Article 31 : To see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate for 
the maintenance and improvement of the Plymouth Airport. 



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Article 32: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to borrow monev 
in anticipation of taxes, and pay the obligations of the Town. 

Article 33: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to administer, j 
lease, rent, sell and convey or otherwise dispose of any real estate acquired by the Town I 
by any Tax Collector's deed. I 

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Article 34: To choose two (2) members of the Budget Committee for terms of three | 
(3) years each. 

Article 35: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$3,167.00 to be used by the Pemi-Baker Home Health Agency as Plymouth's share in 
helping to defray the expenses of operating a visiting nurse and therapeutics service in 
the area. 



Article 36: To hear the report of the committee appointed to investigate the 
problem of providing low cost housing for the elderly and take any action relative 
thereto. 



Article 37: To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of $14,467.50 to 
purchase a new bookkeeping machine for the Town Office and to authorize the with- 
drawal of said sum from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under the provisions of 
the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972, and if estimated entitlements under said Act 
are reduced, any balance shall be raised by taxation. 



Article 38: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum not to exceed 
$3,000.00 to reimburse the Plymouth Village Water and Sewer District for the Town's 
share of the estimated cost of updating the report on sewerage and sewage treatment 
facilities, completing an infiltration/inflow analysis or any other requirements contained 
in P.L. 92-500 which will qualify said District for federal funds. 



Article 39: To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of $8,000.00 to 
complete construction of the new Highway Department garage and to authorize the 
withdrawal of said sum from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under the provisions 
of the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972, and if estimated entitlements under said 
Act are reduced, any balance shall be raised by taxation. 



Article 40: To see if the Town of Plymouth will vote to become a member of the 
North Country Council, organized in July, 1973. The Council has been designated by the 
State Office of Comprehensive Planning to be the official planning commission for New 
Hampshire Planning Region One. The objectives of the Council are to prepare a com- 
prehensive plan for the region, work for consensus on major problems of regional 

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concern, encourage and assist in cooperative projects to solve problems involving more 

than one town, and help member communities in their planning programs. The 

r.lCouncirs authority is conferred by RSA Chapter 36:45-53. It is advisory to local 

J Igovernments in the region. Member representatives of the Council are appointed by the 

[[Board of Selectmen, as provided by State Law. Two representatives will be appointed 

from this Town. 

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Article 41: To transact any other business that may legally come before said 
meeting. 



Given under our hands this 13th day of February, 1974. 



MADISON W. SEARS 
ROBERT J. CROWLEY 
WAYNE C. LEWISON 
Selectmen of Plymouth, N. H. 

A true copy 
ATTEST: 

MADISON W. SEARS 
ROBERT J. CROWLEY 
WAYNE C. LEWISON 
Selectmen of Plymouth, N. H. 



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BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF PLYMOUTH, N.H. 



Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for the Ensuing Year January 1, 1974 to 
December 31, 1975 Compared with Estimated and Actual Revenue, Appropriations and 
Expenditures of the Previous Year January 1, 1973 to December 31, 1973. 



APPROPRIATIONS 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT: 



Approp. 

Previous 
Year 
1973 



Actual 

Expend. 

Previous 

Year 

1973 



Approp. 

Ensuing 

Year 

(1974-75) 



Town Officers' Salaries 6,650.00 6,650.00 7,850.00 

Town Officers' Expenses 25,070.00 48,420.26 30,330.00 

Election & Registration Expenses 800.00 416.49 1,650.00 

Municipal & District Court Expenses 14,690.00 15,103.33 16,450.00 

Town Hall 

& Other Town Buildings 6,000.00 23,273.67 

Employees' Retirement & Social Security 16,000.00 17,207.06 20,000.00 

PROTECTION OF PERSONS &l 
PROPERTY 



Police Department 


60,162.00 


82,872.94 


71,000.00 


Fire Department 


64,000.00 


67,717.94 


70,600.00 


Care of Trees 


2,800.00 


2,181.68 


2,500.00 


Parking Meters 




766.16 




Planning & Zoning 




20.00 




Damages & Legal Expense 


1,000.00 


1,103.80 


1,200.00 


Civil Defense 


750.00 


710.67 


3,000.00 


HEALTH DEPT. 








(Inc. Hospitals & Ambulance) 


14,346.00 


20,466.89 


15,440.00 


Vital Statistics 


300.00 


364.75 


400.00 


Dredging of River 




1,680.00 




Town Dump & Garbage Removal 


8,500.00 


8,820.54 


8,500.00 


HIGHWAYS & BRIDGES: 








Sidewalks 


2,500.00 






Motor Vehicle Permits 


2,900.00 


2,772.00 


2,800.00 


Street Lighting 


16,300.00 


14,857.20 


15,000.00 


General Expenses 








of Highway Department 


106,676.00 


132,243.50 


100,336.00 


Town Road Aid 


694.63 


694.63 


693.57 



LIBRARIES: 
PUBLIC WELFARE 

Town Poor 

Old Age Assistance 

16 



11,790.00 



3,000.00 
8,000.00 



11,790.00 



4,422.87 
5,589.97 



13,367.00 



4,500.00 
6,000.00 



PATRIOTIC PURPOSES 
(Memorial Day) 

RECREATION & BAND 
CONCERTS 

PUBLIC SERVICE 
ENTERPRISES: 

Cemeteries 
Airports 
Advertising & 
Regional Associations 

DEBT SERVICE: 

Principal Long Term Notes 

& Bonds 

Interest Long Term Notes 

Bonds 

Interest Temporary Loans 

Temporary Loans 

COUNTY TAX: 

PRECINCT: 

SCHOOL DISTRICT: 

Court House-Phase I 

Highway Garage 

Overpayment of Taxes-Taxes bought by 

Town Refunds 

Payrolls-Other Debts 

Residence Tax 

Bond & Debt Retirement Tax 



TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 



175.00 



175.00 



21,096.00 24,596.00 



300.00 
1,060.00 

300.00 



300.00 
3,282.25 

300.00 



175.00 



21,150.00 



100.00 
1,000.00 

300.00 



30,000.00 


30,000.00 


38,690.00 


1,562.00 
8,000.00 


1,561.05 

7,253.86 

520,000.00 


2,016.05 
8,000.00 


45,343.38 


45,343.38 


48,000.00 


10,400.00 


8,685.60 


10,400.00 


579,937.00 


584,893.59 


656,396.00 


20,000.00 
55,000.00 


48,312.45 

40,253.14 

29,296.93 

4,764.35 

132.36 




1,146,102.01 


1,819,296.31 


1,177,843.62 



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Estimated 


Actual 


Estimated 




Revenue 


Revenue 


Revenue 


SOURCES OF REVENUE: 


Previous 


Previous 


Ensuing 




Year 


Year 


Year 


FROM STATE: 






(1974-75) 


Interest & Dividends Tax 


14,888.32 


14,888.32 


15,000.00 


Railroad Tax 


26.38 


26.38 




Savings Bank Tax 


5,754.59 


5,754.59 


5,000.00 


Meals & Rooms Tax 


16,076.00 


16,076.22 


15,000.00 


National Forest Reserve 




.19 




Highway Subsidy (CI. IV & V) 


20,311.00 


20,311.42 


20,000.00 


Reim. A/C Business Profits Tax 








(Town Portion) 


80,000.00 


78,747.08 


80,000.00 


FROM LOCAL SOURCES: 








Dog Licenses 


1,000.00 


995.00 


1,000.00 


Business Licenses, Permits & Filing Fees 


100.00 


191.00 


150.00 


Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 


38,000.00 


42,527.87 


40,000.00 


Interest on Taxes & Deposits 


5,000.00 


7,457.19 


7,000.00 


Income from Aeronautic Fund 




2,853.52 




Parking Meter Income 




10,289.65 




Fines & Forfeits — District Court 


12,000.00 


17,041.51 


15,000.00 


National Bank Stock Taxes 


500.00 


568.10 


500.00 


Resident Taxes Retained 


15,680.00 


10,693.85 




Normal Yield Taxes Assessed 


1,915.81 


2,170.59 




Income from Departments 




80,726.38 




Payroll Other Depts. 




29,296.93 




Misc. Income 




2,966.34 




Bond & Note Issues (Contra) 




40,000.00 




Temporary Loans 




520,000.00 




SURPLUS 


3,000.00 




20,000.00 


FROM FEDERAL SOURCES: 








Revenue Sharing 


55,200.00 


55.100.00 


53,169.30 


*TOTAL REVENUES FROM 








ALL SOURCES 


269,452.10 


958,682.13 


271,819.30 


EXCEPT PROPERTY TAXES 








*AMOUNT TO RAISED BY PROPERTY TAXES 




906,024.32 


TOTAL REVENUES 






1,177,843.62 



*Total estimated "Revenues from all sources except Property Taxes" deducted from 
Total Appropriations Ensuing Fiscal Year gives "Amount to be Raised by Property 
Taxes". 



18 



REPORT OF THE SELECTMEN 

The year of 1973 will be long remembered. In April we narrowly missed a disaster 
vhich could have been caused by flooding due to ice jams in the Pemigewasset River. In 
fuly and December both the Baker and Pemigewasset rivers overflowed causing extensive 
damage. The July flood was estimated to have caused $60,000.00 in damages to our high- 
ways, but thanks to the Governor and the President declaring Plymouth a disaster area, 
the town will be reimbursed 100%. 

The town completed their reevaluation which brought us up to 100% valuation and 
falthough the total cost was considerably over the estimate, the town now has maps 
"locating every property owners property. 

As this is written the town does not know what direction we will go in solid waste 
disposal. (Land fill or incinerator). 

We hope to purchase a fire truck this year and have updated supplies to our Fire 
Department. 

Due to the disaster we did not do any street construction but plan to this year. 

We have had erected a new Highway Department garage back of the former Boston & 
Maine Railroad Station and the building is substantially completed. 

Thia year we hope to purchase a bookkeeping machine to alleviate the work load of the 
Selectmen's Office. 

The Planning Board has proposed three amendments which the town will vote on in 
the 1974 Town Meeting. The amendments would bring the agricultural zone more in line 
with the other zones of the town. 

We have had a new heating system installed in the Court House plus the insulation 
and remodeling of three rooms upstairs. We also intend to have the Tax Collector's and 
Town Clerk's offices remodeled this year. 



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SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATION 
1973 



Town Precinct 

Land $10,852,061.00 $ 5,742,940.00 

Buildings 21,374,650.00 15,627,850.00 

Factory Buildings 441,750.00 441,750.00 

Electric Plants 753,050.00 500,710.00 

Mobile Homes (120) 505,050.00 182,350.00 (43) 

Boats (10) 2,450.00 1,650.00 (7) 



33,929,01 1 .00 22,497,250.00 
Elderly Exemptions (39) 189,150.00 106.250.00 



$33,739,861.00 $22,391,000.00 
253 Veterans'Exemptions 13,872.93 



20 



STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS AND TAXES 


1 ASSESSED FOR THE YEAR 1973 




Town Officers' Salaries 


$ 


6,650.00 


Town Officers' Expenses 




25,070.00 


Election &Registration Expenses 




800.00 


Plymouth District Court Expenses 




14,690.00 


Town Hall & Bldg. Maint. 




6,000.00 


Soc. Sec. & Ret. Contributions 




16,000.00 


Police Dept. 




60,162.00 


Fire Dept. 




64,000.00 


Care of Trees 




2,800.00 


Phase 1 Court House 




20,000.00 


Legal Expenses 




1,000.00 


Civilian Defense 




750.00 


Health Department: 






Pemi-Baker Home Health Agency 


2,610.00 




Sceva Speare Memorial Hospital 


2,500.00 




Ambulance 


7,000.00 




Lakes Region Mental Health 


2,236.00 








14,346.00 


Vital Statistics 




300.00 


Motor Vehicle Permits 




2,900.00 


Dump 




8,500.00 


Sidewalk Construction 




2,500.00 


Street Lighting 




16,300.00 


Highway Department 




106,676.00 


Town Road Aid 




694.63 


Libraries 




13,410.00 


Town Poor 




3,000.00 


Old Age Assistance 




8,000.00 


Band Concerts 




750.00 


Memorial Day 




175.00 


Parks and Playgrounds 




20,346.00 


New Highway Garage 




55,000.00 


Cemeteries 




300.00 


Airports 




1,060.00 


Information Booth Attendant 




300.00 


Payment on Debt: 






Principal 


30,000.00 




Interest 


9,562.00 








39,562.00 


TOTAL TOWN APPROPRIATIONS 


$512,041.63 



21 



LESS: Estimated Revenues and Credits 
Interest and Dividends Tax 
Railroad Tax 
Savings Bank Tax 
Meals and Rooms Tax 
Highway Subsidy 
Revenue from Yield Tax Sources 
Interest Received on Taxes 
Business Licenses, Permits and Filing Fees 
Dog Licenses 

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 
Fines & Forfeits, Ply. Dist. Court 
National Bank Stock Taxes 
Resident Taxes Retained 
Surplus 
Revenue Sharing: 

Court House 

Police Cruiser 

Pickup Truck 

Power Sander 

Highway Garage 



14,888.32 

26.38 

5,754.59 

16,076.00 

20,311.00 

1,915.81 

5,000.00 

100.00 

1,000.00 

38,000.00 

12.000.00 

500.00 

15,680.00 

3,000.00 



10,000.00 
2,000.00 
4,700.00 
3,500.00 

35,000.00 



55,200.00 



Total Revenues and Credits 
Net Town Appropriations 
Net School Appropriations 
County Tax Assessment 

Deduct: Reimb. a/c Property Exempted 
1970 Special Session 

Plus War Service Tax Credits 
Plus Overlay 

Property Taxes to be Raised 



189,452.10 

322,589.53 

579,933.00 

45,343.38 

$947,869.91 

78,747.00 

$869,122.91 

13,872.93 

7,736.49 

$890,732.33 



TAXES TO BE COMMITTED TO COLLECTOR: 

Property Taxes 
Precinct Taxes 
Less War Service Tax 

TOTAL TAX COMMITMENT 



$890,732.33 

8,956.40 

13,893.79 

$885,794.94 



TAX RATE: 
Town 
Precinct 



PRECINCTS: 

Valuation 

Net Appropriations 
Tax Rate 
22 



2.64 
.04 



2.68 

22,391,000.00 

10,400.00 

.04 



1973 FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



ASSETS 

Conservation Commission $ 1,053.86 

George Clark Estate 685.63 

Plymouth Aeronautic Fund 1,234.38 

Revenue Sharing Funds 11,503.12 

1 972 Unredeemed Taxes 25,080.44 
1971 Unredeemed Taxes 17,445.79 
Previous Years 98.89 

1973 Uncollected Taxes 165,152.22 
1971 Uncollected Taxes 176.58 
Cash on Hand December 31, 1973 159,354.12 



$381,785.03 



LIABILITIES 

Unexpended Balance of Appropriations: 

Pike Hill Road $ 300.00 

Unexpended Revenue Sharing Fund 11,503.12 

Due to State: 

Yield Tax: Bond & Debt Retirement 485.26 

Due to School District 1 94,937.00 

Excess of Assets over Liabilities 1 74,559.65 



$381,785.03 



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24 



REPORT OF TAX COLLECTOR 
For Year Ending December 31, 1973 



1973 Warrant 
Yield Taxes 
National Bank Tax 
Added Taxes 
Overpayment of Taxes 
Interest 
Penalties 

TOTALS 



Residence 
Property Xax Total 

$885,794.98 $ 15,680.00 $901,474.98 



2,298.97 




2,298.97 


568.10 




568.10 


1,795.23 


470.00 


2,265.23 


807.48 




807.48 


9.36 




9.36 




107.00 


107.00 



$891,274.12 $ 16,257.00 $907,531.12 



Collected & Paid Treasurer 

Abated 

Uncollected 

TOTALS 



$729,814.77 

1,567.13 

159,892.22 



10,997.00 740,811.77 

1,567.13 

5,260.00 165,152.22 



$891,274.12 $ 16,257.00 $907,531.12 



Levy of 1972 Uncollected Taxes 

January 1, 1973 
Added Taxes 
Overpayment of Taxes 
Interest 
Penalties 

TOTALS 



$114,543.80 $ 4,980.00 $119,523.80 

115.44 890.00 1,005.44 

30.93 30.93 

5,328.11 5,328.11 

428.00 428.00 



$120,018.28 $ 6,298.00 $126,316.28 



Collected & Paid Treasurer 

Abated 

Uncollected 

TOTALS 



$120,018.28 $ 4,698.00 $124,716.28 
1,600.00 1,600.00 



$120,018.28 $ 6,298.00 $126,316.28 



Levy of 1971 Uncollected Taxes 

Interest 

Penalties 

TOTALS 



$ 364.82 $ 10.00 $ 374.82 

30.77 30.77 

1.00 1.00 1.00 



$ 395.59 $ 11.00 $ 406.59 



Collected & Paid Treasurer 
Abated 



$ 116.82 $ 
102.19 



11.00 $ 



127.82 
102.19 



25 



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TOTALS 



176.58 



176.58 



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$ 395.59 $ 11.00 $ 406.59 i{ 



Levy of 1970 Uncollected Taxes 
Abated 



18.72 
18.72 



Levy of 1 968 Uncollected Taxes 
Abated 



25.14 
25.14 



SUMMARY OF TAX SALES ACCOUNTS 



Taxes Sold to Town 
During Fiscal Year 
Interest 

TOTALS 



1972 



1971 



1970 



$ 38,901.10 $ 30,938.25 $ 3,345.17 
630.73 795.11 663.11 



$ 39,531.83 $31,733.36 $ 4,008.28 



Collected & Paid Treasurer 
Deeded to Town 
Abated 
Uncollected 

TOTALS 



$ 14,402.29 $ 14,287.57 $ 3,734.76 

12.52 

49.10 162.11 

25,080.44 17,445.79 98.89 



$ 39,531.83 $ 31,733.36 $ 4,008.28 



26 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER 
For the Year Ending December 31, 1973 



RECEIPTS 



rash On Hand January 1, 1973 




$142,644.20 


fax Collections 




898,080.49 


State of New Hampshire: 






Highway Subsidy 


$ 20.311.42 




Gas Tax Refund (Highway Dept.) 


1,465.11 




Old Age Assistance Refund 


34.13 




Business Profits Tax 


78,747.08 




Cadet Program (Police Dept.) 


1,624.00 




Interest & Dividends Tax 


14,888.32 




Savings Bank Tax 


5,754.59 




Railroad Tax 


26.38 




Forest Fire Refund 


20.16 




National Forest Reserve Fund 


.19 




Rooms & Meals Tax 


16,076.22 




Reimb. of Training Expense 






(Police Dept.) 


600.00 




Police Communications Grant 






(Police Dept.) 


11,599.00 




Office Equipment Grant 






(Police Dept.) 


607.00 




Civil Defense 


133.34 




Federal Disaster Relief Funds 






(Highway Dept.) 


29,444.00 








181,330.94 


Plymouth Village Water & Sewer District 






Water Dept. — Salaries of Sec. & Asst. 


1,564.50 




Sewer Dept. — Salaries of Sec. & Asst. 


1,564.50 




Water Dept. — Rent of Office Space 


250.00 




Sewer Dept. — Rent of Office Space 


250.00 








3,629.00 


Registration of Motor Vehicles — Town Permits 




42,527.87 


Bicycle Registrations 




42.00 


Dog Licenses 




995.00 


Filing Fees — Town Meeting — March, 1973 




8.00 


Plymouth District Court — Fines 




17,041.51 


Plymouth District Court — Small Claims Fees 




28.75 


Highway Department 




5,606.54 


Town Clerk Fees 




1,091.00 


Dump Permits 




51.00 


Beano Permits 




130.00 


Explosive Permits 




2.00 



27 



Parking Meters 10,289.65 

Meter Fines 599.00 

Tax Anticipation Notes 520,000.00 

Long Term Note — 

Highway Dept. Garage 20,000.00 

Long Term Note — 

Phase I — Court House Renovation 20,000.00 

PoHce Department: 
Pistol Permits 38.00 

Police Base Stations 250.00 

Town of Holderness — Services of 

Plymouth Police Department 80.00 

Breathalyzer 500.00 

Photostatic Copies 690.80 

Miscellaneous Income 16.50 







1,575.30 


Noyes Insurance Agency — Dividend on Insurance Policies 




436.00 


Insurance Refund — Office Equipment 




94.00 


Refund of Legal Fees 




100.00 


Blue Cross Refund 




42.76 


Town Poor Refunds 




1,695.45 


Prepayment of Yield Taxes 




260.00 


Gross Payrolls: 






Park & Recreation Com. 


17,124.43 




Trustees of Trust Funds 


6,602.50 




Plymouth Public Library 


5,570.00 








29,296.93 


Plymouth Aeronautics Fund 






Withdrawn from Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank 




2,853.52 


Ambulance Service 






Old Accounts 


1,320.20 




New Accounts 


13,137.05 








14,457.25 


Ambulance Service — Miscellaneous Income 




179.65 


Sale of Town Reports 




4.00 


Sale of Office Equipment 




300.00 


Fire Department 






Burner Permits 


315.00 




Out of Town Fires 


714.50 




Miscellaneous Income 


356.12 




Transfer of Funds from Ambulance Service 






to Fire Department 


6,773.00 





8,158.62 



28 



Town of Plymouth — Revenue Sharing Fund 
Withdrawn from Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank 55,100.00 



$1,978,650.43 



PAYMENTS 



selectmen's Orders $1,819,296.31 

:ash on Hand December 31,1973 159,354.12 



$1,978,650.43 



GEORGE G. CLARK ESTATE— ^SPECIAL COMMON ACCOUNT 



RECEIPTS 



On Deposit January 1, 1973 in 

Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank $ 403.13 

Interest on Account — 1973 24.50 

Share of Income from Trust for 1 973 258.00 

^Balance December 31, 1973 in 

Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank $ 685.63 



29 



REPORT OF THE TOWN CLERK 
For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1973 



RECEIPTS 



Dog Licenses $ 995.00 

Auto Permits 1972 1,146.29 

Auto Permits 1973 40,258.11 

Auto Permits 1974 1,123.47 

Filing Fees — Town Meeting, March, 1973 8.00 

$ 43,530.87 

PAYMENTS 

Paid to Town Treasurer $ 43,530.87 



30 



PLYMOUTH AERONAUTICS FUND— AIRPORT ACCOUNT 



RECEIPTS 

On Deposit January 1, 1973 in 

Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank $ 21.91 

Deposit to Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank — 1973 

Tie Down Fees $ 505.00 

State of New Hampshire 1 ,31 7.37 

Town of Plymouth 1 ,060.00 

Joel Barney — Rent of Airport Land 70.00 

Robert Burbank — Lease ot Plymouth Airport 

for Glider Operation 1 ,000.00 

Rental of Hangar 50.00 



4,002.37 
Interest on Account — 1973 63.62 



$ 4,087.90 



PAYMENTS 

Town of Plymouth — 

Expenditures over Receipts (1972) $ 631.27 

Salary of Director — Henry Fracher 50.00 

New England Telephone Co. 129.75 

Snow Plowing 542.30 

Heat— Airport Office 73.08 

N. H. Electric Co-op., Inc. 125.95 

Mowing 135.00 

Insurance 71.00 

Gas Pumps & Tank 696.00 

A. M. Rand Co. 18.86 

Sanel Auto Parts, Inc. 76.52 

Prescott Lumber Co. 35.52 

Henry Fracher 60. 1 5 

Guy D. Kenneson 144.00 

Merrimack Farmers' Exchange, Inc. 9.12 

Richard Cote 55.00 



$ 2,853.52 
Balance December 31, 1973 in 

Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank 1 ,234.38 

$ 4,087.90 



31 



PLYMOUTH AIRPORT 



I 



The above figures speak for themselves. The airport has not only been self- 
supporting but has realized a profit through the leasing of part of the facilities to a glider 
operation. 

The sum appropriated by the Tov^^n has been used for capital improvements, in- 
creasing the length of the runway 250 feet, installing a 3,000 gallon tank and gas pump, 
setting runway markers and reflectors and installing a flush toilet in the building. 

Further improvement which will increase the income substantially are under 
consideration. 

Respectfully submitted 
Airport Manager 
Henry Fracher 



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SELECTMEN'S DETAILED STATEMENT 
OF PAYMENTS 



Town Officers' Salaries: 

Selectmen: 

Madison W. Sears 

Robert J. Crowley 

Wayne C. Lewison 

Carol A. Elliott 

Town Clerk 

Treasurer 
Virginia M. Wood — Tax Collector 
Horace Morse — Overseer of the Poor 
Denzil Smith — Overseer of the Poor 
William Hopkins — Health Officer 
Samuel Dreghorn — Auditor 
Edith Smith — Auditor 
Trustees of Trust Funds: 

Elmore Cochran 

Alida Buckland 

James Currie 



1,100.00 

950.00 

1,000.00 

1,250.00 
500.00 

1,000.00 

37.50 

112.50 

50.00 

125.00 

125.00 

50.00 

300.00 

50.00 



Town Officers' Expenses: 

See Detailed Report A 

Elections: 

Moderator 

Supervisors of Check List: 

Suzanne Loizeaux 

Henrietta White 

Polly Forbes 

Inspectors of Ballots 



Expenses: 

Willard Wiggett 
Adams Market 
Clay's Newsstand 
Union Leader 
Anderson's Bakery 
N. H. Electric Co. 
Margaret Currie 
Virginia Dunn 
A. M. Rand Co. 
Mountain Media 



50.00 

35.00 
35.00 
35.00 
35.00 



25.00 

6.12 

13.78 

34.13 

1.79 

27.65 

15.00 

25.49 

1.78 

75.75 



190.00 



$ 6,650.00 
48,420.26 



226.49 



416.49 
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Plymouth District Court: 

Leonard Sawyer, Justice 5,700.00 

Walter Murphy — Assoc. Justice 1,710.00 

Philip Tapply— Dist. Clerk 3,420.00 

John Kerr— Dist. Police 1,260.00 

Sandra Poitras 3,013.33 



Town HaU: 

Plymouth Water & Sewer Dist. 174.43 

Heat 1,582.33 

Janitor Services 1,868.00 

Janitor Supplies 261.34 

Insurance 1,042.32 

Lights 628.57 

Misc. Repairs 433.31 

Engineering Fees 1,620.00 

Renovations Materials 12,150.22 

Renovations Labor 2,988.45 

Landscaping 238.80 

New Equipment 285.90 



15,103.33 



23,273.67 

Police Department: 

See Detailed Report B 82,872.94 

Parking Meters: 

Repairing Meters 280.50 

A. M. Rand Co. 63.77 

State of N.H. 216.35 

Tri-State Seal Coating 175.00 

Prescott Lumber Co. 17.81 

Merrimack Farmers' 2.25 

Brooks Auto Supply 10.48 



766.16 

Fire Department: 

See Detailed Report C 67,717.94 

Care of Shade Trees: 

Batchelder Tree Service, Inc. 2,181.68 

Plymouth Ambulance Service: 

See Detailed Report D 13,120.89 

Civil Defense: 

Brian Parris— Director 200.00 

Mack's Men's Shop 343.14 

Texaco, Inc. 8.80 

Northeast Communications 29.90 

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I 



C. Rogers Co. 4.23 

Postage 21.00 

Town & Campus 4.95 

Clay's Newsstand 34.31 

Denny's Exxon 3.54 

Brian Parris 34.40 

James Chase 8.80 

Barry Bean 8.80 

Thomas Fowler 8.80 



710.67 
Sceva Speare Memorial Hospital 2,500.00 

Pemi-Baker Home Health Agency 2,610.00 

Lakes Region Mental Health Center 2,236.00 

Vital Statistics: 

Carol A. Elliott 364.75 

New Highway Garage: 

Union Leader Corp. 71.85 

Mountain Media 20.60 

Ply. Village Water & Sewer Dist. 50.00 

Trojano Rhines Surveys 425.00 

Trapper Brown Const. Co. 47,745.00 



Town Dump: 

Caretaker— Albert McGoff 3,590.00 

Mountain Media 17.50 

Campton Sand & Gravel, Inc. 204.99 

Milton Huckins 48.00 

Labor — Highway Department 4,192.83 

Tilton Sand & Gravel, Inc. 69.00 

N. H. Electric Co-op., Inc. 42.46 

Durgin Oil Co. 145.75 

Noyes Insurance Agency 9.00 

New England Telephone 153.00 

Al's Construction Co. 325.00 

Rand's 23.01 



48,312.45 



8,820.54 

Dredging of River: 

Warren Speare 1,680.00 

Planning & Zoning: 

Zoning Board 20.00 

Town Road Aid: 694.63 

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Street Lights: 

N. H. Electric Co-op. 14,857.20 

Highway Department: 

See Detailed Report E 132,243.50 

Library: 11,790.00 

Old Age Assistance 5,589.97 

Town Poor: 

Food Town Supermarket 174.15 

Fred H. Speed, Inc. 32.36 

Nellie Young 45.00 

N. H. Electric Co-op., Inc. 32.46 

Grafton County Home & Farm 31.00 

Whip-O-Will Hill Village 25.00 
Bradford Young House, 

Per Order of Selectmen 486.20 

Farley's Rexall 163.79 

Surplus Foods 255.59 

Adams Market 477.68 

DurginOilCo. 12.50 

Kim Logan 100.00 

First National Stores 824. 1 8 

Jumbo's 24.96 
Great Bay School & Training Center, 

Per Order of Selectmen 1 , 143.00 

Bernard Gray 85.00 

Donald Winsor 85.00 

John Keller 52,50 

Lynwood Veilleux 52.50 

Samuel Hall 45.00 

Edgar McKenney 75.00 

Robert Garlitz 200.00 



4,422.87 
Band Concerts 750.00 

Memorial Day 175.00 

Overpayment of Taxes 888.41 

Park & Recreation Comm. 23,846.00 

Cemeteries 300.00 

Legal Expenses: 

Carol Elliott 8.00 

Madison Sears 10.80 

Leonard Sawyer 15.00 

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Wakefield & Ray 1,070.00 

1,103.80 

[nformation Booth 300.00 

raxes Bought by the Town 38,901 . 10 

Abatements & Refunds 463.63 

Retirement and Social Security 17,207.06 

'ayroUs: Trustees of Trust Funds, Library, 
Park and Recreation Comm. 29,296.93 

nterest: 

^ong Term Notes 1,561.05 

femporary Notes 7,253.86 



8,814.91 

^otor Vehicle Permits: 

:arol A. Elliott 2,772.00 

Residence Tax: 

ItateofN. H. 4,476.15 

Virginia M. Wood 288.20 



drport: 

)irector: Henry Fracher 50.00 

^. E. Telephone 129.75 

Mowing 542.30 

leat 73.08 

<J. H. Electric Co-op., Inc. 125.95 

lowing 135.00 

nsurance 71.00 

jas Pumps & Tanks 696.00 

Miscellaneous: 
Rand's 18.86 

Sanel Auto Parts, Inc. 76.52 

Prescott Lumber Co. 35.52 

Henry Fracher 60.15 

G. D. Kenneson 144.00 

Merrimack Farmers' 9.12 

Richard Cote 55.00 

399.17 



4,764.35 



2,222,25 



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1973 Approp.— Town 1,060.00 



3,282.25 

Temporary Loans 520,000.00 

Long Term Notes 30,000.00 

County Tax 45,343.38 

Bond & Debt Rerirement Tax 132.36 

Precinct 8,685.60 

Plymouth School District 584,893.59 



$1,819,296.31 



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TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES 



PAYMENTS 






Salaries & Expenses of Town Officers: 






Secretary Salary 


$ 5,930.00 




Office Assistants Salaries 


5,070.52 




Town Clerk Assistance 


1,855.78 




Town Clerk Expenses 


364.91 




Tax Collector's Expenses 


592.86 




Selectmen's Expenses 


428.67 








$ 14,242.74 



Office Expenses: 

New England Telephone 

Office Expenses 

Janitor Services & Supplies 

Town Reports 

Postage for Town Reports 

New Office Equipment 



769.16 

1,366.44 

12.09 

2,500.00 

98.00 

857.20 



5,602.89 



Miscellaneous Expenses: 






Town Clerk — Misc. Fees 




1,091.00 


Town Clerk — Dog Fees 




89.56 


Bonds 




289.00 


Dues 




118.00 


Cost of Pssting, Tax Sale, and 






Redemption of Property 




869.66 


N. H. Municipal Dues 




208.00 


Assessing of Town Property: 






State of N.H. 


$ 24,665.83 




Leon Sherman — Residence 






Tax & Census 


200.00 




Phone 


134.53 




Copier 


76.21 




Trojano & Rhines Surveyors 


5.40 




Elwin Macomber — Surveyor 


50.00 




Postage 


8.00 




Clay's Newsstand 


7.94 





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Charles A. Wood 
Evans Printing 



Insurance 



1.50 
243.00 



25,392.41 
517.00 



28,574.6: 



TOTAL 



48,420.2( 



Income: 

Plymouth Water & Sewer Dept. 

Town Clerk Fees 

Plymouth Water & Sewer Dept. 



3,129.00 

1,091.00 

500.00 



4,720.0( 



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— B— 
POLICE DEPARTMENT 

PAYMENTS 

Labor: 

Chief of Police $ 9,168.00 

Regular Policemen 39,859.83 

Special Policemen 3,057.54 



$ 52,085.37 

Stenographic Services 2,176.93 

School Crossing; Guard 798.00 

Car Allowance . 238.50 

Station Expenses: 

New England Telephone 987.21 

Office Supplies 491.93 

Janitor Supplies 116.65 

Radio Repairs 70.20 

Copier 49.50 



Miscellaneous Expenses: 

Uniforms 977.22 

Care of Prisoners 40.86 

Bicycle Plates 18.00 

Police School 357.10 

Police Dues & Insurance 1,334.40 

Investigation Equip. & Camera 149.91 

Dog Control 205.00 

Breathalyzer 460.77 



Cruiser Expenses: 

Tires 253.44 

Gas & Oil 1,687.57 

Repairs 684.85 

Misc. Expenses 48.65 



New Equipment: 

Cruiser 2,000.00 

Radio System 14,816.19 

Typewriter 891.37 



1,715.49 



3,543.26 



2,674.51 



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Blue Lights 134.55 



Cadet Program: 

Cadets' Salaries 1,650.00 

Cadets' Expenses 95.00 



17,842.11 



1,745.00 

Contingency Fund 53.77 

TOTAL EXPENSES $ 82,872.94 

Income: 

Pistol Permits 38.00 

Police Base Stations 250.00 

Tovvnof Holderness 80.00 

Breathalyzer 500.00 

Photostatic Copier 690.80 

Meter Fines 599.00 

Parking Meters 5, 1 25.00 

Misc. Income 16.50 

Bicycle Registrations 42.00 

Cadet Program 1,624.00 

Reimb. of Training Expenses 600.00 

Police Communications Grant 1 1 ,599.00 

Office Equipment Grant 607.00 



$ 21,771.30 
Revenue Sharing — Cruiser 2,000.00 

$ 23,771.30 



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FIRE DEPARTMENT 






PAYMENTS 


$ 7,960.00 

41,544.20 

5,531.55 








$ 55.035.75 




728.63 






485.34 






108.82 






48.54 






922.09 






131.82 






527.50 






310.46 





Labor: 

Fire Chief 
Regular Firemen 
Call Firemen 



Station Supplies & Expenses: 

N. H. Electric Co-op., Inc. 
New England Telephone 
General Office Supplies 
Janitor Expenses 
Heat 

Water Rents 
Maintenance 
Improvements 



Apparatus Supplies & Expenses: 

Uniforms 627.74 

Fire Coats 438.97 

Scott Air Pack & Resuscitator 77.86 

Radio 202.70 

Hose 455.40 

Nozzles 45.25 

Fire Tools & Appliances 132.30 

Fire Alarm System 268.79 

Misc. Supplies & Expenses 346.95 



Large Equipment Repairs & Expenses: 

Gas & Oil 246.59 

1929 Maxim 24.35 

1949 Mack Truck 1,321.93 

1961 Chev. Tank Truck 47.17 

1964 Maxim Truck 129.33 

1966 Dodge Truck 130.82 

1967 Ladder Truck 212.57 
Generator 86.26 



3,263.20 



2,595.96 



2,199.02 



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Misc. Accounts: I 

Mutual Aid 19.50 

Forest Fires 99.80 . 

Training Aids & Expenses 437.99 | 

Oil Burner Inspection 138.00 



695.29 



New Equipment: 
Dry Hydrant 

Contingency Fund 
Insurance 

TOTAL EXPENSES 

Income: 

Burner Permits 

Out of Town Fires 

Misc. Income 

Transfer of Funds from Ambulance 

Service to Fire Dept. 
Forest Fire Refund 





390.00 




476.78 




3,061.94 




$ 67,717.94 


315.00 
714.50 
356.12 




6,773.00 
20.16 






$ 8,178.78 



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— D— 






AMBULANCE 






PAYMENTS 




Labor: 






Director Salary 




$ 312.00 


Ambulance Drivers Salaries 




9,590.80 


Miscellaneous Expenses: 






Insurance 




562.00 


Printing 




23.75 


Uniform Rental 




203.80 


Training & Training Aids 




941.79 


Legal Fees 




206.30 


Ambulance Expenses: 






Tires 




93.90 


Gas & Oil 




165.76 


Repairs & Expenses 




581.82 


Equipment & Supplies 




341.43 


New Equipment 




37.30 


Contingency Fund 




96.24 



$ 9,902.80 



1,901.64 



1,182.91 



133.54 



TOTAL EXPENSES 



$ 13,120.89 



Income: 

Ambulance Service 

Old Accounts 
New Accounts 



1,320.20 
13,137.05 



$ 14,457.25 



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— E— 
HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 



PAYMENTS 



Labor: 

Road Agent $ 7,440.00 

Labor 34,083.40 



Supplies & Expenses — Town Sheds: 

N. H. Electric Co-op., Inc. 392.72 

New England Telephone 307.65 

Bookkeeping Supplies 39.94 

Furnace 12.30 

Heat 869.55 



Small Equipment Repairs & Expenses: 

Bucket 36.00 

Power Saw 24.30 

Plows & Pusher Frame 477.91 

Sander 39.18 

Cutting Edges ' 475.24 



Large Equipment Repairs & Expenses: 

Tires 1,428.64 

Gas & Oil 7,408.56 

1963 Hough 434.74 

1970 Dodge 632.97 
Snow Blower 903.56 
Sidewalk Tractor 574.72 

1964 Grader 433.38 
1956 Sweeper 659.87 
1949 Ford Tractor 36.78 
1969 Dodge 1,013.69 
Reo Truck 317.77 

1971 Dodge 1,845.54 

1972 Loader 244.96 



Repairs to Highway & Sidewalks: 

Sand & Gravel 7,841.96 

Cold Patch, Road Oil & Asphalt 11,013.42 

Bridges 134.59 

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$ 41,523.40 



1,622.16 



1,052.63 



15,935.18 



Painting Lines 4.99 

Culverts 5,280.11 

Catch Basins 529.14 

Truck Equip. — Rental Summer 22,314.65 

Signs 685.97 

Common Repair 56.31 



47,861.14 



Snow Removal Expenses: 

Salt & Chloride 4,696.79 

Chains 615.19 

Truck Equipment — Rental Winter 3,979.25 



Insurance 

Misc. Supplies & Expenses: 

Miscellaneous Supplies 

Small Tools 

Small Parts for Equipment 

Rags 

Gas Pump 



New Equipment: 

Sander 3,402.16 

1973 Truck with Plow 4,750.00 

1 973 Truck Maintenance 1 39.89 





9,291.23 




4,478.00 


537.70 




918.18 




353.62 




126.71 




251.50 





2,187.71 



8,292.05 
TOTAL EXPENSE $132,243.50 

Income: 1973 

Gas Tax Refund 1,465.11 

Misc. Labor Income 5,606.54 

Parking Meters 4,398.49 



11,470.14 
Revenue Sharing — Truck & Sander 8,200.00 

Disaster Income 27,760.00 

TOTAL $ 47,430.14 



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PARKING METER ACCOUNT 



Income 1973 $ 10,289.65 

EXPENDITURES 

Policemen's Salary $ 5,125.00 

Meter Expenses 766. 1 6 

Highway Department 4,398.49 

$ 10,289.65 



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PLYMOUTH POLICE DEPARTMENT 
REGISTER OF PERSONS CHARGED, 1973 



Motor Vehicle Offenses: 

Allowing an unregistered Motor Vehicle to be Operated 1 

Conduct after an accident 1 

Defective Equipment 2 

Disorderly Conduct with Motor Vehicle 5 

Driving while Intoxicated 41 

Failure to Display Plates 1 

Failure to Have Motor Vehicle Inspected ^^ 

Failure to Stop for Police Officer 1 

Failure to Yield Right of Way 10 

Failure to Keep Right, Two Lanes 1 

False Information to an Officer 1 

Hit and Run, Property Damage 1 

Improper Backing 1 

Inadequate Lights 3 

One Way 4 

Operation After Revocation of License 1 

Operating Motorcycle without a Motorcycle License 6 

Operating to Endanger 1 

Operating an Unregistered Motor Vehicle 12 

Operating without a License 4 

Operating without a Valid License 5 

Parking Violations 55 

Reckless Operation 4 

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Solid Line 

Speed 

Stop Sign 

Towing an Unregistered Trailer 

Tire Requirements 

User of Fuel Permit 



TOTAL MOTOR VEHICLE OFFENSES 1973 



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Criminal Offenses; 

Assault and Battery 

Criminal Trespass 

Defaults 

Depositing of Refuse 

Discharging Firearms 

Disorderly Conduct 

Drunk, Disturbing the Peace 

Indecent Exposure 

Knowingly Present where a Controlled Drug is Kept 

Larceny 

Larceny by Check 

Malicious Damage 

Minors in Possession 

Obstructing Officer 

Petty Larceny 

Prohibited Sales 

Shoplifting 

52 



Simple Assault 1 

Simple Drunk 10 

Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Drug 3 

Unlicensed Dogs 20 

Unrestrained Dogs 2 

TOTAL CRIMINAL OFFENSES, 1973 124 



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PLYMOUTH DISTRICT COURT 

FINANCIAL REPORT 
January 1, 1973 - December 31, 1973 



INCOME 

Fines and Bail $ 58,858.83 

Small Claims 1,300.54 

Misc. Writs, Copies, Etc. 681.24 
Stale Dated Checks 

Not Presented for Payment 267.25 



TOTAL INCOME $ 61,107.86 

PAYMENTS 

Amounts Held Over for 

Following Months $ 10,500.05 

N. H. Dept. of Safety 13,402.72 

Fish & Game Dept. 468.00 

Town of Plymouth 16,616.48 

Bail Refunds 4,368.99 

Witness Fees 720.44 

Alcohol Tests 270.00 

Supplies 567.28 

Postage 120.00 

Bail to Superior Court 10,759.00 

Bail to Supreme Court 250.00 

Small Claims Remittance 1 ,21 9. 79 

Restitutions 545.59 

Telephone 298.44 

Sheriffs Dept. 84.00 

Miscellaneous 917.08 



TOTAL PA YMENTS $ 61,107.86 



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REPORT OF FIRE DEPARTMENT 
Year of 1973 



TOTAL Runs for Year 113 

This is 29 runs over last year 

Breakdown of calls are as follows 

BOX ALARMS 42 

SILENT ALARMS 59 

OUT OF TOWN 12. 

Seven of these calls turned out to be false alarms. Twenty-nine calls were handled 
by fulltime day crew, no alarm sounded. Type of calls are gas spills to be washed down, 
smoke investigation, etc. 

It has been noted that old electrical equipment is having overheating problems due 
to low voltage caused by storms and the energy crisis. Old electrical equipment was 
designed for 120 volts while new appliances have a lower voltage range built into it. This 
is the one reason older equipment motors tend to overheat due to low voltage. 

The call department is up to its full membership, first time in many years. Training 
shows its effectiveness at a fire scene, these men work very well as a team. Regardless of 
some remarks made about any fire department when they arrive at a building fire and 
hold the fire damage to the involved area they have done an excellent fire stop. 

You the people of Plymouth support your fire department and we in the fire service 
support you in time of emergency. If you have a fire or think you have, call, if you 
have an inspection problem call and we will be there. 

Town of Plymouth Fire Chief 
LOUIS A. SLEEPER 



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PLYMOUTH EMERGENCY AMBULANCE SERVICE 



TOTAL RUNS FOR YEAR 1973 327 

Break down of runs per town 

ASHLAND 40 

CAMPTON 21 

HOLDERNESS 31 

RUMNEY 19 

PLYMOUTH 136 

Miscellaneous 80 

Miscellaneous runs are emergency runs from Sceva Speare Hospital, auto accidents, 
runs to towns other than with agreed pact, and non- residents moved in town of 
Plymouth. 

Monthly training is held on first Sunday to keep the squad in regular sessions. Other 
training is attended by men as it becomes available. 

Over twenty five percent of the runs are covered by full time firemen while on duty. 
These are calls made in day time Monday through Friday, this is the time of day when 
call men are not available. 

By state law men on emergency ambulance calls must be licensed and the 
requirements for license are getting stricter as time goes on. The state board is having 
hearings on making new rules at this time. I believe that it may be in 1975 it will be 
required that each man will have to pass a E.M.T. (Emergency Medical Technician) 
course. This training takes 72 hours of class time plus many hours of study outside. It is 
very important that we have and keep good competant men because it is yours and raj 
life they are helping to save. 



LOUIS A. SLEEPER, Director 
Plymouth Emergency Ambulance Service 



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PROPERTY OWNED BY TOWN OF PLYMOUTH 

1973 



Highway Depanment: 

Tool House $ 1,000.00 

Road Machine Pull Grader 100.00 

) Electric Welder 200.00 

( Small Tools 200.00 

I Snow Plows 400.00 

j Sanders 400.00 

[Trailer at Dump 300.00 

Steamer 300.00 

1963 Hough Payloader 11,250.00 
1973 Dodge Truck 5,000.00 

1 968 Davco Sidewalk Tracior & Plow 5,000.00 
1953 Reo Truck 500.00 

1964 Grader 9,000.00 
1956 Elgin Street Sweeper 500.00 

1952 Chevrolet Pickup 100.00 
1967 Snogo Rotary Snow Remover 2,700.00 
1949 Ford Tractor 500.00 

1 969 Dodge (3 ton) 4,500.00 

1970 Dodged ton) 2,250,00 

1953 Ford Pickup 200.00 
Compressor 100.00 
Michigan Loader 22,500.00 

1971 Dodge 800 8,370.00 

$ 75,370.00 

Selectmen's Offices: 

3 Royal Typewriters 300.00 

Todd Checkwriter 50.00 

Furniture 1,000.00 
2 Remington Rand Calculators 

(Co-owned with Water & Sewer Dept.) 1 ,000.00 

1 Odhner Adding Machine 175.00 

Tax Form File 50.00 

Uniform Commercial Code System 400.00 
Addressograph & Graphotype 

(Co-owned with Water & Sewer Dept.) 1,000.00 

3Air Conditioners 500.00 

1 Duplicator 200.00 

2 File Cabinets 800.00 
1 Remington Adding Machine 100.00 

$ 5,575.00 



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Fire Department: 

1947 Maxim Engine #5 

1929 Maxim Engine #1 

1949 Mack Engine #2 

1964 Maxim Engine #4 

1968 Seagraves Ladder #1 

1961 Chevrolet Tanker on Loan from Forest Service 

1 966 Dodge Truck with Equipment 

1 Kohler Auxiliary Generator for Station 

Forest Fire Equipment Hand Tools & Pumps 

1 Two Inlet Deck Gun 

1 Johnson 215 Radio 

Building and Land 

Fire Alarm System 

Fire Coats, Hats, Mitts and Bunker Pants 

Office Equipment 



Police Department: 

Radio Equipment 

1973 Plymouth Cruiser 

Public Address System 

Office Furniture 

File Cabinets (standard)-6 

Small Steel File Cabinets-4 

Storage Cabinet 

Fire Extinguishers-2 

Riot Guns-2 

Tranquilizer Gun and Accessories 

Finger Print Kit 

Portable Oxygen Unit 

3M Photo Copier 

Emergency Kit 

Typewriters-3 

Polaroid Cameras -2 

Tape Recorder 

Coin Counter 

Coin Cart 

TOTAL 

Ambulance & Equipment 

Real Estate— Town Owned: 

Common 

Airport Land, South Side 

Airport Land, North Side 

Winter Street Park 

Fox Pond Area 

Highland Street Lot 

Marsden Property 

1/2 Interest Est. Lona Hall Property 



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1,250.00 
3,000.00 
5,000.00 
13,500.00 
27,000.00 
500.00 
1,350.00 
1,800.00 
1,000.00 
800.00 
245.00! 
78,000.00) 
12,000.00 
2,100.00; 
2,000.00' 



V 



$149,545.00 

$ 14.260.00 

4,000.00 

320.00 

175.00 

275.00 

35.00 

45.00 

20.00 

100.00 

200.00 

40.00 

70.00 

326.00 

10.00! 

565.00 

115.00 

75.00 

20.00 

10.00 

$ 20,655.00 

$ 9,000.00 



26,900.00 

3,500.00 

1,500.00 

500.00 

33,700.00 

2,950.00 

160.00 

1,000.00 

$ 70,210.00 



REPORT OF THE OVERSEER OF THE POOR 



For the Year Ending December 31, 1973 



'aid Out for Town Poor as Per Vouchers $2,793.67 

'aid Out for Town Poor as Per Selectmen's Orders 1 ,629.20 



^OTAL PAID OUT TOWN POOR $4,422.87 

DENZIL SMITH 
Overseer of the Poor 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF 

USDA DONATED FOOD PROGRAM 

Year Ending December 31, 1973 



4 



Donated or "surplus" food is distributed to low income residents to supplemen 
their diets. In order to become certified to receive food, residents must produce evidence 
that their incomes and financial assets do not exceed guidelines established by state am 
federal governments. Food is distributed most frequently on the third Friday evening o 
each month. Storage and distributation of the food takes place at the Plymoutt 
Congregational Church. 

In 1973, 42 families (127 persons) received food at least once. The monthly average 
was 22 families. An average of 19 food commodities was distributed each month. The 
following are total year distributions for a sampling of commodities: 

butter-764 lbs.; cheese-240 lbs: meat-718 cans; 
vegetables- 730 cans; and juice/fruit- 768 cans. 

Local food distribution is made possible only by the work of volunteers. We woulc 
like to thank the following for their generous assitance. 

Plymouth Congregational Church 

PSC students from Mr. Michael Fischler's class 

Service Committee of Holderness School 

The William Webb family 

The Richard Topham family 

Albert Reitsma, Jr. 

This program is scheduled to end June 30, 1974, as Congress failed to appropriat 
funds to continue its operation. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Elizabeth Abbott 
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Stuart 
Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Smith 
Agents for the Selectmen 



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60 



PLYMOUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY 
ANNUAL REPORT, 1973 

To the Trustees: 

The Plymouth Public Library is now offering two new services to the community. A 3M 
"107" copier was purchased by the Young Ladies Library Association, to be used by area 
residents as well as the library. A nominal fee of 10c a sheet is charged. This gift is in 
addition to the generous contribution given to the library by the Young Ladies Library 
Association. The library trustees purchased an adding machine which is currently on a 3 
day loan basis. 

A series of Children's story hours was presented weekly at the library from January to 
May by students of the Children's Literature classes at Plymouth State College. 

The Children's Summer Reading program, which is a regular feature of the library, 
was conducted under the capable direction of Mrs. Patricia Topham. Thirty children 
participated in this program. 

Mrs. Patricia Topham has completed two of the eight required Public Library 
Techniques courses given by the University Extension Service and the State Library. 
Because of the lack of Federal Funds, these courses may not be given again until the fall 
of 1974. 

Twelve exhibits were displayed at the library, covering a wide range of subjects, such 
as antiques, vacation travel, hobbies, space and American history. 

Visits to the library were made by the Senior Citizens group and Mrs. Arold's nursery 
school. 

During National Library Week, April 11-18, the library presented a marionette show 
under the direction of Mrs. Elaine Woodall. Approximately 80 children and 20 adults 
attended the show which was given at the Plymouth Congregational Church. 

Two North Country district meetings were held at the library, a book buying meeting 
in January and a weeding workshop in November. 

Due to the lack of space, careful weeding of the book collection has to be done at 
regular intervals. The discarded books are given to the Hospital Auxiliary for the annual 
Hospital Fair and to the Rotary Club Book sale. 

The librarians attended 5 professional meetings during the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Barbara Nims, 

Librarian 



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PLYMOUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY 
ANNUAL REPORT - 1973 



Books on Hand December 31, 1972 
Adults 6644 
Children 3070 



Added by Purchase 
Adult 395 
Children 102 



9714 



Added by Gift 
Adult 15 
Children 2 



497 



17 



10228 



Discarded 
Adult 267 
Children 55 



Books replaced 
By purchase 
Adult 6 
Children 9 
Materials loaned 
Adult Books 
Children's Books 
Magazines 
Records 
Pictures 
Films 
Total Loaned 

Request sent to State Library 

Books received in answer to requests 
Films received in answer to requests 
Books borrowed from bookmobile 

Borrowing members of library 

New members added 

Adult 

Children 
Total members 

Adult 

Children 



322 
9906 Books on hand December 31, 1973 



10190 

4340 

1313 

946 

33 

15 

16837 

77 

92 

15 

2515 



170 
51 

1777 
905 



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PLYMOUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Financial Report 
Year Ending December 31, 1973 



Income: 

Balance on Hand-January 1, 1973 
Town of Plymouth 
Book fines & lost books 
Endowments: 

G. Clark 

C. Clark 
Gifts 

Young Ladies Library Association 
Speare Fund 



Copier Fees 



Total Income 



$ 1,087.01 

11,790.00 

296.46 

258.00 

55.50 

6.00 

318.85 
65.45 

18.55 

$13,895.82 



Expenses: 

Salaries 
Substitutes 
Employee Benefits 
Travel, Meeting, Dues 

Books, Magazines, Records 
Equipment 
Supplies 
Electricity 
Fuel 

Telephone 
Insurance 
Water 

Bank Service 
New Catalog 
Speare Fund Books 

Total Expenses 

Balance on Hand-December 31, 1973 



$ 7,370.00 

230.40 

282.56 

45.90 

3,338.26 

105.00 

287.89 

235.11 

326.36 

154.04 

275.00 

76.00 

1.63 

1,000.00 

65.45 

$13,793.60 

102.22 

$13,895.82 



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Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank-New Building Fund #39451 (Speare Fund) 



Balance on hand January 1, 1973 $1,178.60 

Less: Withdrawal to Checking Account 65.45 



1,113.15 
Deposit from Checking Account for New Catalog 1 ,000.00 

Interest 9.99 



Balance on hand December 31, 1973 $2,123.14 



1973 CIVIL DEFENSE REPORT 



The Civil Defense and Aux. Police units were activated a total of four times in 1973 
for extended local emergencies. These all involved flooding caused by various conditions 
such as ice jams in the river, extended periods of heavy rains and flash flooding caused by 
extremely heavy rain showers. These emergencies alone called for over 750 volunteer 
manhours with some individuals working around the clock in some cases. My job as 
Director was made much easier by the unselfish response of the men of these units. 

Somehow between these various emergencies we found time to set up an 
"Emergency Operations Simulation Training Program" that was held at the National 
Guard Armory during April. This entailed cataloging all the resources, both manpower 
and material of Plymouth in preparation for the training exercise. This program, set up 
with the aid of the "Division of Continuing Education of The University of N.H." in- 
volved all the Depanments of the town in handling every conceivable disaster that 
Plymouth could be involved in. It proved a tremendous asset as we very shortly had to put 
into use the emergency procedures that were worked out during the training session. The 
end result of this program will be a disaster plan tailored for local problems and local 
resources. If we get a break in real emergencies I would like to continue this program in 
1974. 

In addition to these duties the normal routine of the Civil Defense and Aux. Police 
units continued as usual with training sessions and monthly meetings. With the con- 
tinued co-operation of the townspeople and all the individuals involved in the various 
activities during the past year, I am looking forward to an equally successful and active 
year ahead. 



Respectfully Submitted; 
BRIAN PARRIS, Director 
Plymouth Civil Defense 

64 



PARK AND RECREATION COMMISSION 
FINANCIAL REPORT 

For Year Ending December 31, 1973 



Balance on Hand, January 1, 1973 194.75 

INCOME 

Town of Plymouth Appropriation 20,346.00 

Fees & Charges 3,466.10 
Contributions & Gifts 1000.00 

Other Receipts 3,579.93 



Total Income 28,392.03 



EXPENSES 



28,586.78 



Director's Salary 


9,500.00 


Other Salaries & Wages 


7,624.43 


Contracted Services 


3,547.00 


Hospitalization 


258.00 


Car Allowance 


400.00 


Education & Training 


286.85 


Insurance 


139.00 


Rent 


900.00 


Utilities 


662.00 


Equipment & Supplies 


1,810.18 


Repairs & Improvements 


670.60 


Tractor Expense 


85.99 


Special Fees & Charges 


345.00 


Bank Service Charges 


6.15 


Other Expenses 


947.82 


Total Expenses 


27,183.02 



Balance on Hand, Dec. 31 1,403.76 

Balances on hand Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank as of December 
31, 1973 

Account #35094 Bequest from Estate of 

Persis Brown for Fox Pond $ 740.58 

Account #48144 Memorial Fund Account 338.00 

Interest 1973 13.58 

$ 351.58 



65 



REPORT OF PARK AND RECREATION DIRECTOR 



The Park and Recreation Commission develops and maintains recreation areas and 
facilities and conducts a year-round program of public recreation activities. 

The areas and facilities are used by individuals, families, and community groups as 
well as for activities conducted by the Park and Recreation Commission. 

In 1974 thirty four organized activities were provided. Total attendance for these 
activities was 14,921. Average attendance was 32.2 per session. 

Since there is no way to record individual, family, and group use of areas and facilities, 
provision of statistical information about this aspect of Park and Recreation Commission 
service isn't possible. 

A highlight of the year was hosting of the New Hampshire Special Olympics for the 
second year in a row. This event involved hundreds of volunteers from the Plymouth area 
and brought much credit to Plymouth and the Park and Recreation Commission. 

Another highlight was the adoption of a cooperative agreement with the Plymouth 
School Board which resulted in the Park and Recreation Commission employing a full- 
time Park Foreman and taking over responsibility for maintenance of the school grounds 
and for scheduling all after school, evening, weekend, and vacation period use of both 
indoor and outdoor school facilities. We are leading the field in this respect, and other 
communities in Northern New England are looking to us as leaders in the area of school- 
based community recreation. 

Thanks to the time and effort of many unnamed individuals and groups 1973 has been 
a satisfying and rewarding year. Progress has continued at a slow, but steady, pace, and 
we can be proud of the strides Plymouth has made in responding to the recreational 
needs of its people over the last five or six years. 

Looking back over the five and one-half years since my appointment as Park and 
Recreation Director in 1968 gives me a real sense of accomplishment. I hope all those 
who have helped make our growth possible realize what a significant contribution they 
have made in the life of this community. 

Respectfully submitted, 



William H. Broadrick, Jr. 
Park and Recreation Director 



66 



INFORMATION BOOTH REPORT 



Plymouth. N. H. 
September 4, 1973 

Board of Selectmen 
Town of Plymouth 
Plymouth, N. H. 

Gentlemen, 

The Information Booth was opened June 30, 1973 attended by Miss Hazel Downing 
and closed September 2, 1973. 

Miss Downing answered inquiries from 4,421 cars containing 13,020 persons. This 
was a decrease of 101 cars and 794 persons from 1972. 

Tourists came from all states in the country with the exception of Arkansas, Hawaii, 
Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming. From all Canadian provinces except 
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan. 

People from France, Bermuda, Denmark, Netherlands, Norway, Germany, 
Scotland, Ireland, Yugoslavia and Iran, stopped at the booth for information. 

Many bicyclists and motorcyclists and hikers also used the booth's services. 

The Chamber of Commerce thanks the Town of Plymouth for its aid in supporting 
the booth all of which help goes to the salary of Miss Downing. 

Many compliments are received for the helpfulness and courtesy displayed by Miss 
Downing. People leave the booth with a very nice impression of Plymouth. 

Respectfully submitted 

Clarence H. Jones 

Chrmn. Information Booth Comm. 



67 



PEMI— BAKER HOME HEALTH AGENCY 

ANNUAL REPORT TO THE TOWN OF PLYMOUTH 

During the 1973 operating year a total of 1,621 visits were made by the Agency's 
nurses in Plymouth residences. 

In order for the Agency to continue its work among the citizens of Plymouth and the 
surrounding towns, additional support is required from all participating communities. 
This year the Agency requests the sum of $3,167,00 from Plymouth. This sum represents 
$1.00 per capita as compared with a state average of $1.25. 

Should you wish to receive a visit from one of the Agency nurses, make your needs 
known through your own physician. 

Respectfully submitted, 
WILLIAM J. JENSEN 
Agency Presidents 



CONSERVATION COMMISSION ACCOUNT 



Receipts 

On deposit January 1, 1973 in Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank $1,005.48 

Interest on Account-1973 48.38 



Balance December 31, 1973 in Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank $1,053.86 



68 



FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUND 

Receipts 

Balance January 1, 1973 in Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank 
Deposits to Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank- 1973 (U.S. Treasurer) 
Interest on Account- 1973 

Payments 

1972 Courthouse Note to Grafton County 
Highway Dept., - Power Sander 
Highway Dept., - Pick-up Truck and Plow 
Police Dept. - New Police Cruiser 
Highway Dept. - New Highway Garage 



Balance December 31, 1973 in Plymouth Guaranty 
Savings Bank 



$16,351.68 

48,850.00 

1,401.44 

$66,603.12 



$10,000.00 

3,400.00 

4,700.00 

2,000.00 

35,000.00 

$55,100.00 

11,503.12 

$66,603.12 



PLYMOUTH PLANNING BOARD 
ANNUAL REPORT 



Henry Fracher 
Wayne Lewison 
Robert O'Neill 



Harold Trojano, Chairman 



John Pillsbury 

E. James Smith 

Phyllis Sutherland 



The Planning Board meets the third Thursday of each month to hear new requests 
and to pass on requests submitted at previous meetings. 

Since last May, the Board has met almost every week in a concerted effort to review, 
clarify, and bring up to date the local zoning regulations. Some changes are being 
proposed in the current Town Warrant. 

The Board has voted to join the North Country Council, a regional planning agency 
which will be able to provide professional planning advice to groups in the Plymouth area 
concerned with local and regional planning. 



Robert E. O'Neill 
Treasurer 



69 



PLYMOUTH PLANNING BOARD 
Close of Business December 31, 1973 



Balance on Hand Jan. 1, 




1973 




RECEIPTS: 




Fees from individuals 


$ 53.00 


P.G.S.B. account #42258 




#42258 


200.00 


Subdiv. Books 


10.00 



DISBURSEMENTS: 



Harold Trojano-Postage 


$ 36.14 


Mountain Media 




(Zoning Pamphlets) 


122.00 


R. Willey for Overlay 




Maps 


172.50 


TOTAL 




DISBURSEMENTS 




Balance on Hand 




December 31, 1973 





$ 227.57 



TOTAL RECEIPTS 263.00 



$ 490.57 



$ 330.00 
159.93 

$ 490.57 



PLYMOUTH GUARANTY 
SAVINGS 
BANK ACCOUNT # 

42258 

Balance on Hand Jan. 1, 

1973 $ 4,000.00 

Interest to Dec. 31, 1973 246.37 



I 



4,246.37 
LESS: Withdrawal to 

General Checking Ac- 
count 200.00 



Balance on Hand 

December 31, 1973 $ 4,046.37 



70 



REPORT OF TREASURER 

TRUST FUNDS OF PLYMOUTH, N.H. 

1973 

General Fund-Income and Expense for Cemeteries 



Cash Balance forward 1-1-73 

Savings Account #30713 $8,213.88 

Checking account 931.07 



Income during year from operations: 

Dividends $6,140.06 

Interest 2,261.08 

Burials and Tomb rental 2,436.00 

Annual care of lots 255.50 

Sale of lots 1,482.50 

Sale of lots 98.15 

Town appropriation 300.00 

Credit Water Department 3.50 



$ 9,144.95 



TOTAL INCOME 12,976.79 

Expenses: 

Purchase: small tools $ 18.72 

Purchases: large tools 203.00 

Office supplies, maps & typing 83.28 

Burials 1,575.25 

Maintenance: small tools 37.28 

Maintenance: automotive 482.97 

Water 24.00 
Maintenance general cemetery: 

Mowing and trimming 2,556.75 
Seeding and loaming 76.37 
Raking and cleaning 716.00 
Repair roads 235.10 
Water pipe repairs 1 84. 77 
Flowers 38.00 
Pleasant Valley Cemetery- 
Charles Cummings Trust 94.94 
Build new lots 4,860.05 
Repair and roof tomb 420.92 
Salaries 750.00 
Withdrawn to "Unused Income Acct." 1,190.98 
Withdrawn to Herbert Fosie lot 107.22 



TOTAL EXPENSES 13,655.60 

BALANCE ON HAND DECEMBER 31, 1973 

Savings account #30713 8,392.47 

Checking account 73.67 

$ 8,466.14 

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FUNDS FOR INVESTMENT 

Common Trust #2 — Savings account #30580 



Balance 1-1-73 
Savings account 
Certificate of Deposit 



$ 8,235.78 
23,417.05 



$31,652.83 



Income 

New Funds for perpetual care 
Sale of stock 
Interest #30580 
Interest C. D. #73802030 
Interest C. D. #73802026 



4,924.72 

5,766.40 

232.95 

971.87 

464.68 



12,360.62 



Expenditures 

Purchase Cincinnati Gas & Electric 
Purchase N. Y. State Electric & Gas 
Purchase Virginia Electric & Power 

(exchange for Eastman Kodak, plus) 
Interest to account #30713 
Interest to account #30713 
Interest to account #30713 



11,250.00 
5,633.95 

108.64 
232.95 
971.87 
464.68 



18,662.09 



Balance 1-1-73 
Plus income 



Less expenses 
Balance 12-31-73 



Certificates of Deposit 
Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank 



$31,652.83 
12,360.62 

44,013.45 
18,662.09 

25,351.36 

23,417.05 
1,934.31 

$25,351.36 



73 



FUNDS FOR INVESTMENT 

Common Trust #1 & 2 Exhibit A 



Name 



Lot-Division 



Amount 



Malcolm Elliott 

Harry and Amelia Welch 

Harry A. Welch 

Alphonse & Marguerite Pillion 

Mary Munroe for Dupont lot 

Bertrice Parker for Dustin-Parker lot 

Ellen & Eric Ewens 

Robert & Ruth Blair 

Pearl Burgess for Otis Chase lot 

Virginia Salminen for Renfrew-Bridges lot 

Royce & Barbara Hutchins 

Maurice Allen for B. S. Allen 

Judy & Edward Robb 

Herbert Fosie 

Robert Brown for Lillybelle Brown 

Barbara Nims for Raymond Nims 

Fred and Robert Hussey 

Barbara & Willard Tompkins 

Margaret & Linwood Hawes 

Irving & Marion Young-Dinsmore lot 

Owen Gilbert 

Annetta O'Donnell 

Beatrice Durand for Mary Durand lot 

Dorothy & Bernard Smith 

Sherburne & Sally Ramsey 

Phyllis and Tom Morse 

Phyllis and Sheldon McGill 

Miriam Keniston for John Keniston 

C. J. Ayer 

Mrs. Raymond Wescott for Valerias Merrill 

Morris Beaugrand 

Alex Bowlan for Mrs. Thomas Bowlan 

Mrs. Henry Martin for Lakschewitz lot 

Kenneth Bell 

Mr. & Mrs. Carl Nelson 

George Steel 

Edna Flanders for Charles Ellison lot 

Tom White for Mrs. C. C. White 

Rita Gross for Gross-Keski lot 

Sylvina Bates 

Norris Prescott for Earl Hardy 



42—3 

183—4 

205—4 

32—4 

43—3 

28—3 

151W-4 

184—4 

97W-1 

106—4 

101—2 

31E--1 

3&4, 188E-4 

149W-4 

15—2 

112—3 

201—1 

202—1 

203—1 

126—2 

3&4, 112— 4 

204W-1 

177—1 

74—2 

170W--4 

19—3 

188—4 

10—4 

3&4— 3 

132E--1 

102—3 

17—1 

16-— 3 

Turnpike 

36— -3 

69— -4 

48—1 

174—1 

116--4 

120—1 

46W-3 



final 



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partial 



partial 



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75.00 
125.00 
125.00 
125.00 
125.00 

45.00 

75.00 
125.00 

75.00 
125.00 
125.00 

75.00 

37.50 
107.22 
125.00 
125.00 
250.00 
250.00 
250.00 
125.00 

50.00 
125.00 
125.00 

15.00 

75.00 
125.00 

20.00 
125.00 
250.00 

75.00 
125.00 
125.00 
125.00 
125.00 
125.00 
300.00 
125.00 
125.00 
125.00 
125.00 

25.00 

$4,924.72 



74 



REPORT of the FOREST FIRE WARDEN and DISTRICT CHIEF 



The New Hampshire Forest Fire Service is represented in every town, city or 
unorganized place in our state by the forest fire warden. Anyone wishing to kindle an 
outside tire when the ground is not covered with snow must first obtain the written 
permission of the fire warden. Except for cooking fires, no fire can be kindled between 
9:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. unless it is a commercial or industrial burn or it is raining. The 
fire warden is assisted in his work by the District Forest Fire Chief who works for the 
Department of Resources and Economic Development Forest Fire Service. 

Fire prevention was, again this year, the most important part of the Forest Fire 
Warden's job. Fire statistics show the need with 72% of the fires caused by smoking, 
debris burning and children. Smokey the Bear is an important prevention tool but he still 
needs much help from the public. Parents should warn their children of the hazards of 
playing with matches. Children tend to forget that a lighted match held in their hand is a 
potential forest fire. 



FOREST FIRE RECORD: 



State 


District 


Town 


617 


36 


6 


244 


32 1/2 


1/2 


.395 


.9 


.826 



Fires reported 
Acres burned 
Acres average size 



HUBERT C. HARTWELL JR. GLENN L. WILLIAMS 

DISTRICT FIRE CHIEF FOREST FIRE WARDEN 



75 



AUDITORS' REPORT 



As Prescribed by law, we have examined the books and records maintained by the 
Selectmen, Town Treasurer, Town Clerk, Trustees of the Trust Funds, Treasurer of the 
Library Trustees, Treasurer of the Park and Recreation Commission, Justice of the 
District Court and Tax Collector. 

The records of the individual receipts were found to be correctly cast and properly 
vouched. We have verified cash balances and reconciled bank statements for such of- 
ficials as have town business accounts. 

We have examined the securities in the Trust Funds. We have inspected the surety 
bonds of the Town Treasurer, Tax Collector, Town Clerk, Trustees of the Town Trust 
Funds, Road Agent, Chief of Police, and Clerk of the District Court. 



EDITH R. SMITH 
KEITH L. PHILBRICK 

Auditors 
February 4, 1974 



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Annual Report 

PLYMOUTH WATER AND 
SEWER DISTRICT 



INDEX 



Fire District Officers 5 

Warrant 6 

Report of Treasurer, Sewer Department 7 

Report of Treasurer, Water Department 10 

Water Work Report 13 

Sewer Department, Work Report 14 

Reservoir Account 15 

Meter Sizes 16 

Auditors' Report 17 



PLYMOUTH VILLAGE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT 

OFFICERS 



Commissioners : 

George F. Henderson 
Grover C. Dolloff 
John Noseworthy 

Clerk: 

James E. Currie, Jr. 

Moderator: 

Walter L. Murphy 

Treasurer: 

James E. Currie, Jr. 

Auditors: 

Keith Philbrick 
Edith R. Smith 

Superintendent: 

John R. Wood, Sr. • 



Term Expires 1974 
Term Expires 1975 
Term Expires 1976 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSfflRE 



To the Inhabitants of the Plymouth Village Water and Sewer District qualified to 
Vote in District Affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Auditorium of the Area High School on 
Thursday, the 7th day of March, next at 7:30 o'clock in the afternoon to act upon the 
following subjects: 

Article 1. To choose a Moderator for the ensuing year. 

Article 2. To choose a Clerk for the ensuing year. 

Article 3. To choose a Treasurer for the ensuing year. 

Article 4. To choose Auditors for the ensuing year. 

Article 5. To choose a District Commissioner for the ensuing three years. 

Article 6. To see what sum of money the District will vote to raise for fire protection for 
the ensuing year. (Hydrant Rental). 

Article 7. To see if the District will vote to authorize the Commissioners to apply, 
negotiate and do all other things necessary to obtain such Federal, State, or other 
assistance as may be available for the purpose of updating the report on sewerage and 
sewage treatment facilities, completing an infiltration/inflow analysis or any other 
requirements contained in P. L. 92-500 which will qualify the District for Federal Funds. 

Article 8. To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate a sum not to exceed 
$3000.00, for the purpose of updating the report on sewerage and sewage treatment 
facilities, completing an infiltration/inflow analysis or any other requirements contained 
in P. L. 92-500 which will qualify the District for Federal funds, such sum to be ap- 
propriated under and in compliance with the provisions of the Municipal Finance Act 
(Chapter 33 of the New Hampshire Statutes Annotated 1955 and any amendments 
thereto) or income from Sewer revenue in an amount to be determined by the Com- 
missioners to be in the best interest of the District. i 

I 

Article 9. To see if the District will vote to authorize the Commissioners to borrow such j 
sums of money as may be necessary to pay debts of the District and to give notes! 
therefore, countersigned by the District Treasurer. i 

Article 10. To transact any other business that may legally come before said meeting. 

Given under our hands and seals this 20th day of February, in the year of our Lord] 
Nineteen hundred and seventy-four. I 

A true copy attest: George F. Hendersom 

Grover C. Dollofl^ 

John Noseworthyi 

Commissioners^ 

George F. Henderson 

Grover C. Dolloff 

John Noseworthy 

Commissioners 



PLYMOUTH VILLAGE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT 

Report of the Treasurer — Sewer Dept. 
for the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1973 

INCOME 



Cash on Hand, 
January 1, 1973 

Sewer Assessments 

Outside Labor & 
Materials 

New Services 



Disaster Refund 

State of New Hampshire 

Total Income 
Uncollected Sewer 
Accounts 



1,480.00 
300.00 



$ 7,975.56 
80,360.19 



1,780.00 

2,235.00 
24,190.00 

116,540.75 

246.09 

116,786.84 



PAYMENTS 



Mains & Manholes: 
Superintendent 

Mains 

Manholes 

Misc. Labor 
Labor: 

Mains 

Manholes 

Misc. 
Supplies & Expenses: 

Mains 

Manholes 
Repairs: 

Mains 

Manholes 

Equipment 



Structures & Lagoon: 
Superintendent: 
Treatment Plant 
Pumps 



714.65 
107.25 

27.78 

504.94 

209.42 

11.34 

296.49 
22.43 

1,290.65 

6.00 

200.87 



3,391.82 



4,177.41 
105.51 



Misc. 




10.06 


1 


Labor: 






1 

1 


Lagoon 




457.33 




Structure 




6,136.68 


ii 


Pumps 




505.06 


1 


Supplies & Expenses: 








Structures: 








Treatment Plant 




3,177.38 




Shop 




179.11 




Pumping Station ffl 




229.80 




Pumping Station #2 




260.47 


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Chemicals 




2,079.49 


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Misc. Chemicals 




388.13 


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Equipment: 






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Treatment 




3.57 


1 


Shop 




21.88 


1 


Repairs: 






1 


Structures: 








Treatment Plant 




429.04 




Pumping Station #1 




18.35 




Power Purchase: 








Treatment Plant 




1,710.05 




Pumping Station #1 




323.46 




Pumping Station #2 




49.76 




Equipment: 








Treatment Plant 




1,426.75 




Pumping Station #1 




94.46 




Pumping Station #2 




62.38 




Other Equipment 


— 


3.94 


21,850.07 


Other Expenses: 








Salaries of District Officers 




600.00 




Auditors 




25.00 




Moderator 




12.50 




Salaries of General Clerks 




1,564.50 




General Office Expenses 




568.19 




Other General Expenses: 








Refunds 


270.36 






Retirement & Soc. Sec. 


1,368.82 






Bonds 


8.00 






Misc. 


5.98 






Disaster Expense 


1,621.97 






B.&.M. Land Easement 


30.00 


3,305.13 




Printing Town Reports 




110.35 




Insurance 




1,637.00 




Garage Expense 




770.13 




Interest 
Fixed Assets: 


- 


19,035.00 


27,627.80 


Manholes 




95.56 




Structures: 








Treatment Plant 
8 




104.90 





Equipment: 

Treatment Plant 
Other Equipment 
Bonds Paid 
Notes Paid-Water Dept. 



Total Payments 
ash on hand, December 31, 1973 
ncollected Sewer Accounts 



556.39 

3,101.00 

40,000.00 

5,000.00 



48,857.85 

101,727.54 

14,813.21 

246.09 

$ 116,786.84 



PLYMOUTH VILLAGE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT 

Report of the Treasurer — Water Department 

for the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1973 

INCOME 



Cash on Hand, January 1, 1973 $ 20,842.33 

Petty Cash on Hand, January 1, 1973 25.00 

Water Rents 72,735.83 

Meter Charge 3,991.00 

New Services 575.00 

Outside Labor & Materials 3,226.74 

Insurance Refund 150.00 

Junk Sold 46.00 

7,988.74 



10,400.00 

5,000.00 

21,717.94 



Town of Plymouth — Hydrants 


8,685.60 


State of New Hampshire 




Business Profits Tax-Hydrants 


1,714.40 


Sewer Department-Note 




Water Storage- Savings Account 




Total Income 




Uncollected Water Accounts 


404.70 


Uncollected Misc. Accounts 


844.15 



1,248.85 



$ 139,958.69 

PAYMENTS '^' 

Water Supply Expenses: 

Superintendent 724.24 

Labor: 

Source of Supply 237.20 

Pumping Station 1,483.63 

Purification 156.45 

Miscellaneous 25.24 
Supplies & Expenses: 

Gravity System 48.00 ' 

Pumping Station 345.13 

Purification 32.00 

Power Purchase 7,430.98 

Repairs: 

Water Supply Structures & Equipment 185.34 

Pumping Station Struc. & Equip. 464.18 

Purification Struc. & Equip. 11.40 I 

11,143.79 



Distribution Expenses: 

Superintendent 8,220.08 



10 



Labor: 

Distribution 7,550.50 

Meter Labor 54L23 

Other Distribution 1,009.47 

Repairs: 

Distribution Structures 7.59 

Mains 375.14 

Services 244.36 

Hydrants 116.87 

Meters 186.20 

Other distribution 842.33 



Other Expenses: 




Salaries of District Officers 


600.00 


Moderator 


12.50 


Auditors 


25.00 


Salaries of Office Clerks 


1,564.50 


General Office Expenses 


875.23 


Other General Expenses 


20.20 


Water Refunds 


194.85 


Blue Cross & Soc. Sec. 


1,683.19 


Bonds 


8.00 


Dues 


20.00 


Misc. 


578.50 


Insurance 


1,573.00 


Printing-Town Reports 


110.35 


Shop Expenses 


201.00 


Garage Expenses 


1,017.79 



Ixed Assets: 

Renovation of Dist. Reservoir System 

NatgunCorp. 21,717.94 

Environmental Engineers, Inc. 16,347.73 

Leonard Sawyer 125.00 

Mountain Media, Inc. 13.12 

Deposited to Savings Bank 21 ,000.00 

Garage Structures 348.86 

Pumping Station Equip. 450.00 

Distribution Mains 1,199.12 

Services 1,768.47 

Hydrants 624.40 

Meters 998.28 

Other Equipment 6,162.02 



19,093.77 



8,484.11 



70.754.94 
109,476.61 



11 



Total Payments 
Cash on Hand, December 31, 1973 
Petty Cash, December 31, 1973 
Outstanding Water Accounts 
Outstanding Misc. Accounts 



29,208.23 

25.00 

404.70 

844.15 



30,482.08 



$ 139,958.69 



12 



PLYMOUTH VILLAGE FIRE DISTRICT- WATER DEPT. 
1973 WORK REPORT 



New Water Service Lines Installed 18 

New Water Meters Installed 10 

Old Water Service Lines Replaced 5 

Service Lines Repaired 12 

Old Water Meters Replaced 12 

Meters Junked 6 

Meters Checked 28 

Meters Repaired 18 

New Water Mains Installed: 

Pleasant St. Extension 201 ft. 1 1/2 Cement lined pipe 

Main Water Lines Repaired 

New Hydrants Installed 

Hydrants Repaired 3 

Hydrants Replaced 

Hydrants Moved 

Frozen Meters 3 

Frozen Mains 

Frozen Hydrants 

Frozen Services 



1^ 



PLYMOUTH VILLAGE FIRE DISTRICT- SEWER DEPT. 
1973 WORK REPORT 



New Connections to Sewers li 

Sewer Manholes Rebuilt 

New Sewer Manholes Installed 

Sewers Repaired or Cleaned 22 



New Sewer Lines Installed: 

Fairgrounds Road 350 ft 8" gravity Main. 
Merrill St. 85 ft 15" Sewer replaced over brook 



I 



Septic Tank Leads Recieved 18i 



In 1973 616 ft. of water lines of all sizes were laid. 

750 ft. 8" sewer line was laid on Fairgrounds Road by private extension. 

In 1973 161,392,004 gallons of water was pumped and 147,876,919 gallons of watei 
as consumed. 



The new 2 1/2 million gallon water storage tank is approximately half completec 
and should be ready for use before July 1, 1974. 

The Sewage Treatment Plant treated a total of 180,482,600 gallons of influent, 
pumped 351,712 gallons of sludge which when dewatered produced 326 cubic yards of 
filtered sludge which weighed 392,828 pounds, 40 1/4 cubic yards of sand was removed 
from the influent. I 

It required 14,200 lbs. of lime, 1629 gallons of ferric chloride and 18,399 lbs. of 
chlorine gas to process the sewerage that went through the plant in 1973. 

The average daily flow for the year was 494,335 gallons per day. ' 

The maximum flow for one day occurred March 17, 1973, 2,790,300 gallons. 



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PLYMOUTH VILLAGE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT 
RESERVOIR ACCOUNT 

January 1, 1973— December 31, 1973 



RECEIPTS: 

Bond Anticipation Notes from Pemigewasset National Bank 
TOTAL RECEIPTS 



$154,018.70 
$154,018.70 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Environmental Engineers 
Nat Gun Corporation 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 

BALANCE ON HAND 12/31/73 



$ 1,138.19 
152,594,.06 

$ 153,732.25 

286.45 

$154,018.70 



TOTAL SPENT ON PROJECT TO DATE 

From Plymouth Village Water Dept. 
From Reservoir Account 



$ 21,717.94 
153,732.25 



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$175,450.19 



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AUDITORS' REPORT 

We have audited the cash books of the Treasurer of the Plymouth Village Fire 
District for the year ending December 31, 1973 and have found the entries to have been 
correctly cast and properly vouched. 

We have examined the surety bonds of the Treasurer and Secretary of the District. 

We have burned the following Sewer Department Bonds: two (2) numbered 5-6 
inclusive, and six (6) numbered 31-36 inclusive totaling $40,000. 

We have burned the following coupons: 

One (1) numbered 106 totaling $97.50— April 1971 

One (1) numbered 106 totaling $97.50— October 1971 ^ 

One (1) numbered 106 totaling 97.50— April 1972 

One (1) numbered 84 totaling 97.50— October 1972 

Five (5) numbered 90-94 inclusive totaling $487.50— October 1972 

Two (2) numbered 106-107 inclusive totaling $195.00— October 1972 

Five (5) numbered 110-114 inclusive totaling $487.50— October 1972 

Ten (10) numbered 5-14 inclusive totaling $1,475.00 — March 1973 

Seventy-six (76) numbered 31-106 inclusive totaling $7,410.00 — April 1973 

Seven (7) nuhibered 108-114 inclusive totaling $682.50— April 1973 

Seventy-six (76) numbered 31-106 inclusive totaling $7,410.00 — October 1973 

Seven (7) numbered 108-114 inclusive totaling $682.50--October 1973 

Edith R. Smith 

Keith L. Philbrick 

Auditors 

February 4, 1974 



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11 



Annual Report 

Eighty-Eighth 

TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT 



EIGHTYNINTH ANNUAL REPORT 
TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT 



School District Officers 4 

Warrant 5 

EXECUTIVE REPORTS 

Superintendent of Schools 8 

Principal of High School 11 

Principal of Elementary School 12 

School Nurse Report 13 

FINANCIAL REPORTS 

School District Treasurer 15 

Status of School Notes & Bonds 19 

District Budget 20 

Balance Sheet 26 

District Recommendations 27 

Construction Account 29 

Audit Report 31 



PLYMOUTH SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS 



Moderator 

WALTER L. MURPHY 

Clerk and Treasurer 

JOSEPHINE LARGENT 

School Board 

PHILIP C. TAPPLY 

DONALD B. WHITESELL 

MARGARET E. FRACHER 

ROBERT B. CLAY 

JUDITH SWITZER 

Auditors 

JOHN E. RICH & COMPANY 

Truant Officer 

JOHN CLOUD 

Assistant Superintendent of Schools 

DANIEL A. CABRAL 

Superintendent of Schools 

KENNETH SMITH 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



To the inhabitants of the School district in the Town of Plymouth in the county of 
Grafton and State of New Hampshire qualified to vote in district affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Lecture Auditorium in the Area High School 
in said District on Thursday, the fourteenth day of March, 1974, at seven o'clock in the 
afternoon of said day to act upon the following subjects: 

Article 1 : To see what sum of money the District will vote to appropriate for the 
construction and* original equipping of a building to be used for educational ad- 
ministration, including office facilities for the Supervisory Union, and determine 
whether such sum shall be raised by borrowing under the Municipal Finance Act or 
otherwise and pass any vote relating thereto. 

Article 2: To see if the District will vote to authorize the School Board to negotiate 
and enter into such agreements as may be necessary and incidental to the lease of a 
portion of the property owned or to be constructed by the District to the Supervisory 
Union and to authorize the School Board further to execute any and all instruments as 
may be incidental thereto. 

Article 3: To see if the District will vote to authorize the School Board to apply, 
receive and expend for the projects voted in this warrant any interest earned on proceeds 
of any serial bonds or notes in connection with such projects. 

Article 4: To see if the District will vote to authorize the School Board to make 
application for, accept and expend on behalf of the District any and all advances, grants- 
in-aid or other funds for educational purposes as may now or hereafter be forthcoming 
from any Federal, State, local or private agencies. 

Article 5: To hear the reports of agents, auditors and committees or officers chosen 
and to pass any vote relative thereto. 

Article 6: To see what sum of money the District will vote to raise and appropriate 
for the support of schools for the salaries of school district officials and agents and for 
the payment of statutory obligations of the District and to authorize the application 
against such appropriation of such sums as are estimated to be received from State 
Foundation Aid Fund, together with other income; the School Board to certify to the 
Selectmen the balance between the estimated revenue and the appropriation, which 
balance is to be raised by taxes by the Town. 

Article 7: To see if the District will establish a contingency fund to meet the costs of 
unanticipated expense which may arise during the year in an amount not to exceed Five 
Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), all in accordance with Revised Statutes Annotated 198:4- 
b. 

Article 8: To see if the District will authorize the School Board to negotiate and 
execute such tuition contracts as they may deem advisable for non-area School Districts. 

Article 9: To see if the District will vote to indemnify and save harmless any officer 
or employee for loss or damage arising out of any claim, demand, suit or judgment by 

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reason of negligence or other act resulting in accidental injury to a person or accidental 
damage to or destruction of property while said officer or said employee is acting in his 
official capacity or employment pursuant to the provisions of New Hampshire RSA 
31:105. 

Article 10: To see if the District will vote to authorize the School Board to apply, 
accept and expend on behalf of the District such financial aid as the District may now be 
or shall hereafter become entitled to receive from the Federal Disaster Administration 
and to approve and ratify any and all actions taken by the School Board in connection 
therewith. 

Article 11: To transact such other business which may legally come before said 
meeting. 

Given under our hands and seals this 21st day of February in the year of our Lord 
nineteen hundred and seventy-four. 



PHILIP C. TAPPLY 
DONALD B. WHITESELL 
MARGARET E. FRACHER 
ROBERT B. CLAY 
JUDITH SWITZER 

School Board 
Town of Plymouth 



A True Copy. Attest: 

PHILIP C. TAPPLY 
DONALD B. WHITESELL 
MARGARET E. FRACHER 
ROBERT B. CLAY 
JUDITH SWITZER 

School Board 
Town of Plymouth 



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THE STATE OF IVEW HAMPSfflRE 



To the inhabitants of the School District in the Town of Plymouth in the County of 
Grafton in said State qualified to vote in District Affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Lecture Auditorium in the AREA High 
School in said district on the fifth day of March, 1974, polls to be open for voting at ten 
o'clock in the forenoon of said day and to close no earlier than six o'clock in the af- 
ternoon of said day to act upon the following subject: 

Article 1: To elect all school district officers which appear on the official school 
district ballot for the ensuing year. 

Given under our hands and seals this 15th day of February in the year of our Lord 
nineteen hundred and seventy-four. 



PHILIP C. TAPPLY 
DONALD B. WHITESELL 
MARGARET E. FRACHER 
ROBERT B. CLAY 
JUDITH SWITZER 

School Board 



A true copy of Warrant- Attest: 



PHILIP C. TAPPLY 
DONALD B. WHITESELL 
MARGARET E. FRACHER 
ROBERT B. CLAY 
JUDITH SWITZER 

School Board 



REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



m 

This is my first report as your Superintendent of Schools. Officially I assumed mj 
duties on July 1, 1973. 

As you know, Plymouth is the largest of the seven districts comprising Supervisory 
Union #48. Plymouth is also the receiving district for the AREA High School as well as 
the newly designated District #5 AREA Vocational Center. Therefore, Plymouth has 
responsibilities, not just to the Town of Plymouth, but also to the Plymouth area as well. 
Responding to the needs of students from the area increases the tuition revenues and 
creates an atmosphere of cooperation sorely needed in a successful operation. The 
proposed budget attempts to retain successful programs to slightly expand the vocational 
offerings. The proposed budget also includes some money for an assistant high school i 
principal, a service needed for some time. The cost of almost all items has risen sharply i 
within the past year, and this proposed budget reflects many of those increases. 

The energy crisis has caused hardships on almost everyone. The schools are 
responding to the crisis, and we hope you will bear with us. The next few years will 
require flexibility on the part of all concerned with schools. However, we will not play 
"Simon says" with your schools. 

The Plymouth Park and Recreation Department has become an intergral part of the 
total school planning system. The coordination of all activities on school property has 
been achieved by the fine cooperation of the Park and Recreation Director. The inclusion 
of a park foreman in both Park and Recreation and School Budgets has added con- 
siderably to the proper care of our grounds. 

This year we are experimenting with the Town in a joint library venture. Cross 
referencing of all school and town library books has been accomplished; the school 
library remains open 3 evenings a week to coincide with the town library hours. The 
public is encouraged to use either library and make use of the inter-phone system. To 
date over 150 people have used this service. 

The voters of Plymouth are asked to vote on a new Supervisory Union #48 Central 
Office. The need for a different office has been established by the following facts: 

(1) The present office has been flooded 3 times in less than one year 

(2) Inadequate parking is in evidence 

(3) Important records are subject to fire hazards 

(4) The present quarters are not functional as office space 

Renting suitable office space has been explored, and the results indicate owning the 
proposed building would be substantially less expensive over a period of 9 years. The 
present plan calls for Plymouth to borrow $45,000 for 5 years. At the end of 5 years, the 
Town of Plymouth would sell the building to the Union for $1.00. This proposal calls for 
each district in the Union to share in the cost of the building payments and subsequently, 
the ownership. The proposed building site would be adjacent to the south side of the 
school parking lot. 

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It should be noted that the Plymouth School Department is actively pursuing 
cooperative ventures with Plymouth State College. Having a college in the community 
certainly offers potential benefits to the students. One recent cooperative venture which 
_has been highly successful is the ESS Science program, a nationally recognized project. 

Almost every town can point with pride at some aspect of its community. Hopefully, 
your school system will warrant that pride. 



Respectfully submitted, 
N. KENNETH SMITH 
Supt. of Schools 






EXPLANATION OF SUPERINTENDENT'S AND 
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT'S SALARY FOR 1972-1973 



Chapter 189, Section 48 Revised Statutes Annotated of the State of New Hampshire, 
requires that the school district annual report show the total amount paid to the 
Superintendent of Schools as per the following quotation: "Reports. Each superin- 
tendent of a supervisory union shall annually prepare a report of the total salary paid to 
the superintendent, showing in detail the amount paid by the state and each local school 
district, and their share of same. Said report shall be filed with the school board of each 
school district involved and shall be included in the annual report of the respective school 
district as a separate entry. A like report and entry shall be made for each assistant i 
superintendent, teacher consultant, and business administrators, if any is in service in j 
the union." I 

n 

One-half of the supervisory union expenses is prorated among the several school ' 
districts of the union on the basis of adjusted valuations. One-half is prorated on the basis i 
of average daily membership in the school for the previous school year ending June 30th. 
The salary of $16,500 which was received by the Superintendent of Schools of Super- 
visory Union #48 during 1972-1973 was made up as follows: $2,500 paid by the State of 
New Hampshire and $14,000 was prorated among the school districts comprising the 
Supervisory Union. Allowance for $400 travel within the Union was also prorated as 
stated above. 

The salary of the Assistant Superintendent during 1972-1973 was made up as 
follows: $2,190 paid by the State of New Hampshire and $12,510 was prorated as stated 
above. Allowance for $1,500 travel within the Union was also prorated as stated above. 

The table below shows the portion of salary and travel charged to each schooli 
district. } 

Asst. Asst. 5 

Adjusted Supt's. Supt's. Supt's. S^P^'sj 

Percent Salary Travel Salary Travel 

Campton 14.57 $ 2,039.80 $ 58.28 $ 1,822.71 $ 218. 



Holderness 


18.48 


Plymouth 


40.80 


Rumney 


9.94 


Thornton 


7.77 


Waterville 




Valley 


4.28 


Wentworth 


4.16 



2,587.20 
5,712.00 



73.92 



163.20 



2,311.84 
5,104.08 



277, 



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100.00% 



1,391.60 


39.76 


1,243.49 


149.10 


1,087.80 


31.08 


972.03 


116.55 


599.20 


17.12 


535.43 


64.20 


582.40 


16.64 


520.42 


62.40 


$ 14,000.00 


$400.00 


$12,510.00 


$1,500.00 



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Kenneth Smith 
Superintendent of Schools 



PLYMOUTH AREA HIGH SCHOOL 
PRINCIPAL'S ANNUAL REPORT 



I am delighted to present my first annual report as Principal of Plymouth Area High 
School. 

I This has been an episodic year during which we have carefully evaluated current 

I efforts in order to decide how best to meet the need of students and the community. 

Upon my arrival in July, I committed myself to the following objectives: the in- 
I volvement of all members of the school community in decision making, the evolution -of 
an atmosphere conducive to the growth of people, the tailoring of ideas to local needs, 
the fostering of community support, the evaluation of current efforts, the institution of 
in-service experiences for faculty in order to update methods of learning and teaching, 
and my setting of a positive example of leadership. 

We have made some progress in reaching these objectives and hope to make further 
headway. Examples of the progress include functioning Faculty and Student Advisory 
Council, in-service workshops and supervision for teachers, publication of a Student 
Handbook and the creation of a program budget which places heavy emphasis on 
providing our graduates with life skills. Plans on the drawing board include a Faculty 
Handbook, workshops on individualizing instruction, follow-up studies on graduates, a 
well-defmed scheduling procedure, and an Open House. 

The program budget, mentioned above, represents a commitment of our educators 
to offering learning experiences which will educate our graduates for life. We are 
committed to this program of studies which will both teach life skills to students and 
meet community needs for well trained citizens and craftsmen. 

Our current enrollment is 491 and is projected to reach 598 by 1976. 

I thank all members of the community who have and will commit their efforts to this 
education for life. 



Respectfully submitted, 

DR. RICHARD A WILGOREN 

Principal 



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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
PRINCIPAL'S ANNUAL REPORT 



The elementary school has had another very successful year. A lot of things are 
going on, and many exciting things are happening in the classrooms. Parents once again 
were invited to see some of the "live action" at our annual "Open House" held in April. 
The faculty was pleased to have so many parents visit us and see their children in their 
work-a-day world. 

We did have some changes in our teaching assignments this year. David Ornato left 
for a trip around the world, and Eleanor Dalton took over that second grade. Connie 
Ross went to Texas with her family, and Mimi Ford moved into the fourth grade. The 
Middle Room seemed like a different place when we added a male teacher, Tim 
Quinney. Larry Lord was added to the staff to teach the new "Health" course being 
offered in our school. 

A trip to Boston was enjoyed by the Middle Room students (before the energy crisis) 
the New England Aquarium and the Wax Museum being places which they visited. 

Many parents have added a touch of color to our programs by coming in and of- 
fering to share some of their experiences with our students. 

We have an active student council in the elementary school which contributes in 
many ways toward making our school a better place in which to live, work and play. 

Our emrollment has not fluctuated greatly from last year, the total enrollment 
hovering around 465. The second grade was the largest grade this year, and we were able 
to provide an "aide" to work with the second grade teachers. Another "aide" is working 
with the special resource teacher. 

We were very fortunate to be able to add to our staff Mrs. Joanne Annable, a 
guidance counselor for the elementary school. 

The teachers and the administration have worked diligently toward "in- 
dividualization" in our school. Our main goal is to give each youngster the attention he 
needs, and to help him realize his full potential. 

We want to thank everyone in the community for the wonderful support and 
cooperation we have had during this past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MARION C. BENT 

Principal 



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REPORT OF THE SCHOOL NURSE 



The following is a report of the health program for the Plymouth schools for 1973. 

Dr. F. D. Mclver, school physician, completed physical examinations for 210 pupils, 
including athletic teams. 

On March 15 an immunization clinic was held at school for kindergarten and first 
grade children. At that time Dr. Mclver, assisted by Nena Ouellet, R.N. and Gail Lary, 
R.N., administered the following vaccines: 8 rubella, 16 measles, 17 Sabin and 6 
tetanus-diphtheria. 

On March 29 Dr. Mclver administered measles vaccine to 62 children in grades 2 
thru 6. He was assisted by Gail Lary R.N. and Eileen Mayhew. 

Dr. Mclver conducted a tuberculin skin test clinic on October 15 for children in 
Kindergarten and first grade. Linda Cowan, R.N. and Janet Moorhead, R.N. assisted in 
the administration of the tine test to 43 children. All these tests were negative. 

On October 18 Dr. Mclver again assisted by L. Cowan, R.N. and J. Moorhead, R.N. 
administered the following vaccines to children of kindergarten and first grade: 4 
measles, 6 rubella, 12 Sabin and 11 diphtheria-tetanus. 

Records of these immunizations were sent to parents and physicians following the 
clinics. 

On April 11 two films, distributed by the American Cancer Society were shown to 
abourt 50 senior girls. Dr. Emily Crane answered questions following the films. 

In November Constance Martin, R.N., of the N.H. Lung Association, administered 
tuberculin skin tests to 63 members of the faculty and staff of the Plymouth Schools. 
Reactors were followed by Miss Martin and appropriate suggestions were made by her. 

The Plymouth Lions Club furnished glasses and paid for 6ye examination for one 
child. This club also sponsored a pre-school vision and hearing screening program for 
children in the Plymouth area. On March 3rd 142 four, five, and six year old children 
were screened for hearing defects and 119 for vision defects. Referrals for further testing 
and treatment were made when necessary. 

The Matching Fund Dental Health Program is supervised by Rev. P. V. George. 
During 1973 work for this program was done by Dr. Alan Naves. 

The Salvation Army fund paid for an X-ray and purchased a pair of boots and shoes 
for one pupil. 



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NURSES REPORT— PLYMOUTH 
Nurses Work 



Vision screenings - 262 
Hearing screenings - 167 
Head Inspections - 472 
Follow-up notices ot parents 
as necessary 



First Aid as necessary 
Heights and Weights - 157 
Medications per doctor's 
Orders to 25 pupils 
Home visits - 6 



Contagious Diseases Reported 



Chicken pox - 4 
"flu" virus - 200 
infectious hepatitis - 6 
measles - 2 



mumps - 1 
Pediculosus - 2 
rubella - 1 
scarlet fever - 2 



whooping cough - 1 
I wish to thank the people who have helped with this program during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
DOROTHY J. MORRIS, R.N. 
School Nurse 



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REPORT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT TREASURER 

IN ACCOUNT WITH 

PLYMOUTH TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT 

July 1, 1972 to June 30, 1973 



Cash on Hand July 1, 1972 




Pemi. National Bank 




1972-73 Appropriation as set by 




State Tax Com. 


539,893.59 


TOTAL RECEIVED FROM TOWN 




OF PLYMOUTH 




Received from State of 




New Hampshire 




Driver Training Reim. 


2,150.00 


Driver Training Reim. 


606.01 


Building Aid 


72,968.09 


Incentive Aid 


5,101.83 


Sweepstakes 


10,727.14 


National Forest Reserve 


775.80 


Driver Training Reim. 


2,700.00 


Building Aid 


12,947.90 


Reim. Projects 


12,494.25 




120,471.02 


Tuitions 




Elementary 


3,591.40 


High School 

Total Received from Tuitions 


300,989.95 


304,581.35 


Miscellaneous Income: 




Rent 


165.00 


Sale of Equipment 


84.00 


Refunds 


237.19 


Withdrawal funds Ply. 




G. Sav. Escrow Account 


12,000.00 



1.61 



539,893.59 



TOTAL RECEIVED FROM 

MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 12,486.19 

TOTAL RECEIVED OTHER THAN FROM 

TOWN OF PLYMOUTH 437,538.56 

TOTAL INCOME $ 977,433.76 

RECEIPTS OTHER THAN INCOME 

(REIM. FOR DISBURSEMENTS 

OF EQUAL AMOUNTS, DISTRIBUTED 

BY DISTRICT: 
Insurance Losses 200.90 

F.I.C. and Witholding-Hot Lunch 877.52 

Plymouth Hot Lunch 

Repayment of Loan 3,000.00 

Blue Cross & Blue Shield 214.02 

Filing Fees 13.00 

E.E.S. Science 4,654.64 

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State of New Hampshire 

Hot Lunch Program 12,360.12 



TOTAL RECEIPTS OTHER 

THAN INCOME 21,320.2 
TOTAL INCOME & 



Insurance Losses 


200.90 


F.I.C. & Witholding 




Hot Lunch 


877.52 


Plymouth Hot Lunch 




Repayment of Loan 


3,000.00 


Blue Cross & Blue Shield 


214.02 


Filing Fees 


13.00 


E.E.S. Science 


4,654.64 


State of New Hampshire 




Hot Lunch Program 


12,360.12 



RECEIPTS $ 998,753.9 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Interest on Bonds-New 

England Merchants Bank 60,281.25 

Principal paid New England 

Merchants Bank 145,000.00 

Administrative and 

Maintenance Expenses 772,152.08 



TOTAL EXPENSES 977,433.3 

DISBURSEMENTS OTHER THAN EXPENSES 

(DISTRIBUTIONS BY DISTRICT FOR WHICH 

IT RECEIVED RECEIPTS OF EQUAL 

AMOUNTS): 



TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS OTHER 

THAN EXPENSES 21,320. 
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS PER ORDERS 



OF THE SCHOOL BOARD $ 998,753.i 



TOTAL INCOME $ 998,753, 

TOTAL EXPENSES 998,753. 



Cash on hand-June 30, 1973 $ 



The above is a true and correct statement of the transactions of the Treasurer of 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1973. 



Josephine B. Largi 
District Treas 



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STATUS OF SCHOOL NOTES AND BONDS 



Outstanding at Beginning of Year: 

Elementary & AREA School $ 2,005,000.00 



Payment of Principal Debt: 

Elementary & AREA School 145,000.00 



Notes & Bonds Outstanding at End of Year: 

Elementary & AREA School $ 1,860,000.00 



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BUDGET OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PLYMOUTH 

1974—1975 









1973-1974 


1974-197.' 






1972-73 


Approved 


Recommend 






Expend. 


Budget 


Budge 


110.1 


District Officers Salaries 


$ 1,050.00 


$ 1,575.00 


$ 1,625.00 


135 


Contracted Services — Admin. 


195.00 


260.00 


1,260.00 


190.1 


District Officers' Expenses 


2,112.03 


2,175.00 


850.00 


210 


Salaries for Instruction 


458,112.71 


502.723.00 


572,319.00 


215 


Textbooks 


5,061.29 


9,424.00 


9,955.00 


220 


Libraries & Audiovisual Mat'l 


5,893.59 


13,707.00 


10,849.00 


230 


Teaching Supplies 


51,268.11 


39,010.00 


38,083.00 


235 


Contracted Services 


590.50 


1,650.00 


3,075.00 


290 


Other Expenses of Instruction 


4,086.07 


2,622.00 


5,029.00 


310 


Attendance Salary 


100.00 


100.00 


100.00 


410 


Health Service Salaries 


7,075.00 


7,300.00 


6,829.00 


490 


Other Health Expenses 


265.20 


411.00 


583.00 


535 


Trans. — Contracted Service 


16,608.50 


16,000.00 


20,000.00 


610 


Operation of Plant-Salaries 


28,590.50 


28.500.00 


33,220.00 


630 


Custodial Supplies 


4,325.48 


3,436.00 


5,660.00 


635 


Contracted Services 


46.00 


4,333.00 


8,625.00 


640 


Heat 


5,921.53 


8,800.00 


15,710.00 


645 


Utilities, except heat 


24,298.28 


31,000.00 


31,000.00 


690 


Other Expenses — Plant 


1,299.94 


2,515.00 


2,540.00 


725 


Replacemen|^of Equipment 


1,890.36 


9,757.00 


16,872.00 


726 


Repairs to Equipment 


2,038.86 


3,899.00 


5,997.00 


735 


Contracted Services — Maint. 


8,150.21 


8,984.00 


680.00 


766 


Repairs to Buildings 


3,038.23 


1,600.00 


12,104.00 


790 


Other Expenses Main. 


953.34 


5,796.00 


2,400.00 


850.2 


Teachers' Retirement System 


7,966.22 


16,532.00 


14,710.00 


850.3 


FICA— Employer's 


25,647.77 


32,003.00 


44,660.00 


855 


Insurance 


5,388.00 


5,150.00 


8,000.00 


890 


Blue Cross 


7,914.12 


9,900.00 


10,710.00 


910 


Salaries — School Lunch 


6,300.00 


6,700.00 


7,263.00 


975.1 


Fed. Monies — School Lunch-Milk 


12,360.12 


7,500.00 


7,500.00 


975.2 


District Monies — School Lunch 


2,500.00 






1000 


Student Body Activites 


2,897.81 


3,700.00 


13,755.00 


1265 


Sites 


4,046.65 






1267 


Equipment — Not Built In 


6,030.50 


1,865.00 


6,207.00 


1370 


Principal of Debt 


145,000.00 


145,000.00 


145,000.00 


1371 


Interest on Debt 


116,168.75 


107,382.00 


99,688.00 


1477.1 Tuition— Adm. Units In-State 


2,236.47 


2,900.00 




1477.3 Dist. Share of S. U. Expenses 


18,755.15 


22,955.00 


29,975.00 


1477.2 


! Transportation 




540.00 


3,700.00 


1479.1 


Expend. Other Than Public Schools 655.00 




3,700.00 




Contingency Fund 






5,000.00 




Federal Funds 
Expenditures 1972-73 


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35,850.00 


6,000.00 




$996,847.29 








Adopted Budget 1973-74 




$1,103,553.00 






Recommended Budget 1974-75 






$1,211,233.00 



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ESTIMATED REVENUES 



Revenues & Credits 
Available 
To Reduce School Taxes 



Approved 


School Board's 


Budget 


Budget 


1973-74 


1974-75 



Unencumbered Balance 
Revenue from State 

Sources: 

Sweepstakes 

School Building Aid 

Driver Education 

Incentive Aid 

Foster Children Aid 

Revenue from Federal 

Sources: 

Vocational Education 

Sch. Lunch & Sp. Milk 

Prog. 

PL 89-10 (ESEA) 

DRED Project #2 

Local Revenue Except 

Taxes: 

Tuition 

Library 

Total School Revenues & 

Credits 

DISTRICT ASSESSMENT 

Total Appropriations 



9,442.00 
107,180.00 
5,500.00 
4,946.00 
1,200.00 



30,000.00 



7,082.00 
148,705.00 
5,500.00 
5,100.00 
1,200.00 



12,850.00 



7,500.00 
9,500.00 
1,600.00 


8,000.00 

15,000.00 

1,600.00 


344,448.00 
2,300.00 


349,800.00 


523,616.00 
579,937.00 
,103,553.00 


554,837.00 

656,396.00 

1,211,233.00 



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year ended June 30, 1974. The balance of $24,080.48 has been used to bring revenue up 
to the amount estimated, as per Mr. Tate's instructions. 

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BALANCE SHEET— GENERAL FUND 

AS AT JUNE 30, 1973 

ASSETS 



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Checking Account 
Savings Account 

Accounts Receivable 

State of New Hamp- 
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Driver Education 
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School Lunch 
Program 

TOTAL ASSETS 



$ .43 

16,836.32 



2,700.00 



1,582.91 



$ 16,836.75 



4,282.91 



$ 21,119.66 



LIABILITIES AND SCHOOL FUND DEFiaT 



Accounts Payable- 
Vendors 

Deferred Revenue- 
Retroactive Building 
Aid 

School Fund Deficit 

Balance July 1,1972 
Add: Actual Receipts 

Over Budgeted- 

Exhibit B $ 

Less: Actual Ex- 
penditures 

Over Budgeted- 

Exhibit C 14.518.41 

Operating Deficit for 

Fiscal Year Ended 

June 30, 1973 
Deficit Balance 

June 3, 1973 



$ 4,313.65 



14,518.41 



$ 26,827.92 
4,496.40 



TOTAL LIABILITIES AND SCHOOL FUND DEFICIT 



(10,204.76) 



$ 21,119.66 



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PLYMOUTH SCHOOL DISTRICT 
RECOMMENDATIONS 



Our audit included a brief study of the existing accounting procedures of the 
Plymouth School District. The results of the system, not personnel, revealed that the 
system is inadequate, inefficient, not current, extremely cumbersome with much 
duplication, particularly considering the large volume of both transactions and dollars 
that is now being handled. Those presently managing these school funds do not have 
available to them enough information on a timely basis to constantly monitor and control 
operating revenues and costs. 

We strongly recommend the use of an improved accounting system combined with 
the installation of a modern accounting machine (not computer), in order to eliminate 
the substantial amount of duplication and expensive manual computations. The system 
should provide up-to-date automatically summarized financial data that is part of the 
daily operational routine of the system. 

Other recommendations, not necessarily in order of their importance, are as follows: 

1. Prepare an accounting manual in order to establish prescribed procedures and 
promote consistency. 

2. Establish an adequate Contingency Fund that would provide for unbudgeted 
emergency expenditures. 

3. Use pre-numbered, multicopy purchase orders for all school expenditures, except 
payroll and petty cash payments. Applicable fiscal year should be indicated on 
purchase orders. 

4. Invoices, prior to being paid, should 1) have copy of approved purchase order at- 
tached, 2) have some stamp with initails indicating, a) account to be charged (if not 
already on purchase order), b) that material has been received or services have been 
performed, c) that prices, extensions, footings and discounts have been checked and 
d) that the invoice has been approved for payment. This procedure insures that 
certain required accounting functions will have been accomplished, and affixes 
responsibility for same. 

5. Duplicate invoices should be destroyed or so marked in large bold letters by a rubber 
stamp. This procedure will avoid possible double payment. 

6. Invoices and supporting documents should be effectively cancelled, preferably with a 
large perforation. This procedure will preclude possible resubmission for payment. 

7. Deposit all receipts daily, intact. Keep petty cash transactions, and consequently 
deep petty cash fund at a minimum balance. 

8. Keep blank checks and any checkwriter locked up when not in use. Account for all 
blank checks. 

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9. Prepare monthly financial reports that would 1) compare revenue received to total 
revenue estimated; 2) compare expenses (paid or encumbered by purchase order 
placed) to budget appropriation and show resulting unencumbered balance. 

You understand that an audit and brief study for suggested improvements in the 
accounting system, cannot be relied upon to disclose defalcations and other irregularities 
of the same general nature; accordingly, we do not assume responsibility for their 
detection. The best protection consistent with minimum expense is provided by the 
constant attention of the School Board members toward improvements in the accounting 
system and by carrying adequate fidelity bond coverage. 

You understand that our comments deal exclusively with accounting procedures and 
techniques, and should not be regarded as reflecting upon the integrity of anyone in your 
organization. We received excellent cooperation from all concerned. 



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PLYMOUTH SCHOOL DISTRICT 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT 

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1973 



Cash Balance, July 1, 1972 



$10,764.73 



Receipts 

Interest 



328.37 



11,093.10 



Expenditures 






Contractors 






Paquette Paving 


$ 1,730.00 




Campton Sand and Gravel 


1,413.15 




Charles Coffin 


800.00 




Ski Lift 


173.80 


$ 4,116.95 


Legal 




120.00 


Other - Time Clock 




98.88 


Service Charges 




1.20 


Total Expenditures 







4,337.03 



Cash Balance, June 30, 1973* (See Note Below) 



$ 6,756.07 



* Deposited as follows: 
Checking Account - Pemigewasset National Bank, Plymouth, N.H. 
Savings Account - Plymouth Guaranty Savings Bank 



27.70 
6,728.37 



$ 6,756.07 



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NOTE TO CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT 



The following is abstracted from Attorney Walter L. Murphy's letter of September 
7, 1973: 

"The only item of significance presently in litigation is the result of a Demand for 
Arbitration dated November 28, 1972 and filed with American Arbitration Association 
on November 30, 1972 by Curran-Cossette Construction Corporation against the District 
for alleged damages arising out of a contract in which Curran-Cossette was contractor 
and the District was owner, the contract being dated April 9, 1969. 

"The substance of the contractor's claim is that there are monies owed to them 
under the contract in the amount of $24,246.00, and that, in addition, they are entitled to 
liquidated damages retained by the District, as defined by the contract, in the amount of 
$11,600.00. 

"It is the District's claim, in turn, that the liquidated damages which were retained 
by the School District in accordance with the terms of the contract were justifiably 
withheld as the contractors failed to meet the date of substantial completion required by 
the contract. As for the money allegedly due the contractor, it is the District's position 
that the work represented by the monies was either not performed at all or was per- 
formed inan unworkmanlike manner and that therefore no payment is due. 

"There is, however, no argument but that there is due from the District to the 
Contractor the sum of $6,400.00, which represents work performed by the Contractor at 
the District's request subsequent to the date of substantial completion, and the reason 
that this sum has not been paid is that the same has been trusteed in a matter presently 
in litigation between the Contractor and one of its subcontractors. 

"Upon receipt of the Demand for Arbitration, the School District took steps to 
enjoin Curran-Cossette from arbitrating the matter of liquidated damages by filing the 
appropriate pleadings in Grafton County Superior Court and this matter is still pending. 
Upon our filing of the Petition for Injunction, Curran-Cossette, through its counsel, filed 
a Motion to Dismiss the Petition, which, after hearing, was denied. We are now awaiting 
a hearing on the merits of our request for injunctive relief. 

"If we are successful in obtaining a permanent injuction against Curran-Cossette 
which is sought on the basis that the liquidated damages were imposed over two years 
prior to the demand for arbitration on that issue, the only item which will be considered 
by the American Arbitration Association is the amount that might be due Curran- 
Cossette for work performed under the contract. If unsuccessful, both issues involving a 
total of $35,846.00 will be arbitrated." 



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August 24, 1973 



Plymouth School Board 
Plymouth, New Hampshire 03264 

RE: Audit of High School Activity Fund. 

Gentlemen: 

As per your request, we attempted to make an audit of the High School Activity Fund 
but missing records and supporting documents make it impossible for us to successfully 
complete the audit. 

As then subsequently requested, we attemped to assemble from the existing information 
a summary of the financial activities of the fund since its inception. Again, the records 
were not complete in order for us to accomplish this task. 

Since the fund's inception, that appears to be September 26, 1956, to June 30, 1964, 
there were no books, no bank statements, cancelled checks, no receipt books, no in- 
voices, other supporting documents, or minutes of meetings authorizing transactions 
found. A copy of the limited amount of savings account activity was obtained from the 
savings bank. 

For the period June 30, 1964, to June 30, 1968, there appears to be a well maintained 
journal that was tied into the combined balance of the checking and savings accounts. 
However, no bank statements, cancelled checks, receipt books, invoices, other sup- 
porting documentation or minutes of meetings were found. Again, a copy of the limited 
activity in the savings account was obtained from the savings bank. 

For the period June 30, 1968, to June 30, 1973, an apparently unproven journal was 
maintained. Receipt books were established and used during this period. However, not all 
bank statements and cancelled checks could be located, nor could copies of those 
missing be obtained from the bank. Invoices or other supporting documents and 
minutes of any meetings were missing. 

No annual financial summaries or annual reports of the fund were found. Some informal 
reports of the annual carnival were found. 

From the information that was located it appears that this fund increased to its present 
size from the following sources: 

1) remaining balance of classes that graduated, 

2) remaining balance of activity fees and income from sports events over expenses 
related thereto, 

3) commissions from sale of rings and photographs, 

4) profits of school store (since discontinued), 

5) sales of equipment, 

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6) rentals of caps and gowns, 

7) profits from annual carnival 

8) other enterprising ventures, 

9) and a significant amount of interest. 

These funds were used for scholarships and school equipment. 

We believe you understand, however, that an examination of the type we have madq 
while enabling us to suggest improvements in the systems of internal control, cannot b«i 
relied upon to disclose defalcations and other irregularities of the same general natures 
and that accordingly we do not assume responsibility for their detection. The be« 
protection consistent with minimum expense is provided by the constant attention oi 
management toward improvements in the internal control system and by carrying oi 
adequate fidelity bond coverage. 



*! 



As a result of our work , we have a number of suggestions for improvement in handling 

these funds in the future. 

I 

1) Retain all records. '' 

2) Prenumber receipts and account for the numerical sequence thereof. 

3) Obtain fidelity bond coverage on all persons handling these funds. 

4) Establish a board responsible for handling these funds and keep detailed 
minutes of their meetings. * 

5) Do not participate in any unrelated business activities that could jeopardize! 
any tax-exempt status and require timely filing of involved tax returns and possiblq 
payment of taxes. ' l 

6) Ascertain tax status of scholarships granted and proper handling of tho 



funds. 



7) Have the following functions performed by different people: 

a) handle receipts 

b) handle disbursements - all by check 

c) maintain books. 

8) Periodically reconcile book to checking and savings account (if any). 

9) Deposit receipts daily. 

10) Prepare yearly budget prior to beginning of school year. 
11) Have fund periodically audited. 



32 



ou understand, of course, that our comments deal exclusively with accounting 
rocedures and techniques, and should not be regarded as reflecting upon the integrity 
f anyone in your organization. After you have had an opportunity to review our com- 
lents, we shall be pleased to discuss any questions you may have. 

Respectfully submitted, 
DAVID L. CONNORS 
JOHN E. RICH & COMPANY 
Accountant and Auditors 



DLC/cm 



33 



September 7, 1973 



School Board 

Plymouth School District 

Plymouth, New Hampshire 03264 

Gentlemen: 



i 



We have examined the statements of financial position of the Plymouth School District 
General Fund, as at June 30, 1973, and the results of budget operations for the fiscal year 
then ended. Our examination was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing 
standards and, accordingly, included such tests of the accounting records and other 
audit procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 



f' 



This report does not include the Student Activities Account, Scholarship Fund and 
Principal's Fund as a separate report has been issued previously by this office; separate 
schedules on certain federal projects as those books have not yet been brought up to 
date; and a separate schedule on the hot lunch program as those records were partially 
destroyed in a break during the fiscal year. 

Although the general accounting system of the Plymouth School District is on the casH 
basis, adjustments have been made for the beginning and ending accounts receivable 
and payable to more accurately report the results of operations for the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1973. Normally, the books of the school district are held open after year end in 
order to include receipts and disbursements applicable to that prior year. When the 
books are not held open then it is our opinion that monies due and unpaid invoices for 
that year have to be considered in order to properly reflect the financial operations fo^ 
that fiscal year. 

The supsequent year's budget is frequently based also on the results of the prior year's' 
operations. If unpaid bills of the prior year have not been considered or revenue has been 
overstated, a deficit situation that could increase significantly each year is almost certain 
to occur. 

In our opinion, the accompanying financial statements present fairly the financial 
position of the Plymouth School District - General Fund at June 30, 1973, and the results 
of operations for the year then ended, in conformity with generally accepted govern- 
mental accounting principals applied in the State of New Hampshire. 

Respectfully submitted, 
DAVID L. CONNORS, C.P.A. 
JOHN E. RICH & COMPANY 
Accountants and Auditors 



34 



DETAILED INVENTORY 



OF THE 



TOWN OF PLYMOUTH 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



FOR THE YEAR ENDING 



DECEMBER 31, 1973 



( 








! 


Description and Value 


OF 


z 
o 


1 NAME 






^ < 


■ 


Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Abbott, Samuel Jr. & 








Elizabeth 


L 143 Highland St. 


16,40C 






Bldg. 143 Highland 


16,85C 


33,250 


1 Adams. Edward B. & Ruth 


L 50 Russell St. 


2,75C 






Bldg 50 Russell St. 


9,200 


11,950 


Adams, Fletcher W. 


L Parker St. 




3,000 


Adams, Fletcher 


L Stony Brook Rd. 


5,150 






Bldg Stony Brook Rd. 


25,950 


31,100 


Adams Locker Service Inc. 


L 75 Main St. 


14,550 






Bldg 75 Main St. 


90,400 


104,950 


Adams, Robert S. & Elsie 


L E/S Rte. 3 


2,150 






Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


4,400 






Mobile Home Rte. 3 


600 


7,150 


Adams, Russell F. & Carol 


L 12 Randolph St. 


5,750 






Bldg 12 Randolph St. 


20,200 


25,950 


Adams, W. Carlton 


LI 17 Highland St. 


28,650 






Bldg 117 Highland St. 


34,500 


63,150 


Ahern, Henry D. & Erma 


200A L W/S Rte. 3 


9,530 






Bldgs. W/S Rte. 3 


2,250 


11,780 


Ahern, Henry D. & Erma 


32 A L E/S Rte. 3 


9,620 






Bldgs. E/S Rte. 3 


32,400 


42,020 


Ahern, Mary 










32A L S/S Cummings Hill Rd. 




4,830 


Ahern, Omer C. 


2371/2ALW/SRte. 3 


11,570 






Bldg W/S Rte. 3 


300 


11,870 


Ahern, Omer C. 


75A L E/S Rte. 3 


19,750 






Bldgs. E/S Rte. 3 


38,900 


58,650 


Akey, Cecile Hike! 


L 4 Avery St. 


4,250 






Bldg 4 Avery St. 


11,550 


15,800 


Albee, Parker B. 


377A L Pike Hill Rd. 




9,420 


Aldrich, Carlton W. & 








Paula M. 


L W/S cor. Page St. 


1,250 






Mobile Home Page St. 


1,150 






1/3 Int. 




2,400 


Allen, Burton J. & Eleanor 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


5,200 






Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


16,800 


22,000 


Allen, Ethel F. 


L 71 Langdon St. 


5,300 






Bldg 71 Langdon St. 


15,900 


21,200 


Allen, Ethel F. 


L N/S Pleasant St. 




3,800 


Allen, Fred R. & Lyn 


40.7ALRte. 3A&25 


15,450 






Bldg. Rte. 3A&25 


10,300 






1/2 Int. 




25,750 


Allen, Fred R. & Lyn 


42A Tenney Mt. Hwy. 


108,500 






Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 


112,900 


221,400 


Allen, Fred. R. & Lyn 


4.87A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 




18,450 


Allen, Fred R. & Lyn 


64.4LRte. 3A&251/2Int. 




11,640 





Description and Value of 


z 


NAME 






^ ^ 




Real and Personal 


Property 


^ 

> 


Allen. Fred. R. & Lyn S. 


4.44A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 




19.100 


Allen. Iva 


L Rte. 3A No. 


3,700 






Bldg Rte. 3A No. 


7,200 






12ALW/SRte. 25 


300 


1 1 .200 


Allen. James S. & Mary 


40.7ALRte. 3A&25 


15,450 






Bldg. Rte. 3A&25 


10,300 






1/2 Int. 




25,750 


Allen. James S. & Mary 


64.4 A L Rte. 3A&25 








1/2 Int. 




11.640 


Allen, Maurice E. & Romola 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


4,800 






Bldg. Fairgrounds Rd. 


26.250 


31.050 


Allen. Russell & Mary 


45A L Rte. 3A So. 


23,900 






Bldg Rte. 3A So. 


30,500 


54,400 


Allen, William R. & 








Shirley B. 


L Reservoir Rd. 


4.500 






Bldg Reservoir Rd. 


11,600 


16.100 


Alsop, Cullom L, & Mary 


Lot Loon Lake 




1,550 


Ames. Olive 


L 106 Highland St. 


8,900 






Bldg 106 Highland St. 


12,600 


21,500 


Anderson, John B. & Rebecca 


L E/S Rte. 3 


42,350 






Bldgs E/S Rte. 3 


111,000 


153,350 


Anderson, Thomas & Dorothy 


L 55 Main St. 


5,000 






Bldg 55 Main St. 


31,350 


36,350 


Andrews. Guy Sc Maxine 


L Smith St. 


5,750 






Bldgs Smith St. 


19,800 


25,550 


Annis, William E. & Pauline 


L 59 Pleasant St. 


4,300 






Bldg 59 Pleasant St. 


9.800 


14,100 


Anthony, David N. & Gene 


16.5AotfRte. 3ASo. 




41C 


Anthony. Luther J., Jr. 


L 4 Weeks St. 


14,150 






Bldgs 4 Weeks St. 


26,100 


40,250 


Archibald, Fortika 


36A L Highland St. 


103,400 






Bldgs Highland St. 


257,200 


360,600 


Archibald, Hildur J. & John 


L 3 Hawthorne St. 


6.900 






Bldg 3 Hawthorne St. 


10,750 


17,650 


Archibald, John & Fortika 


29A L. Smith Bridge Rd. 




20,850 


Archibald, John F. & Fortika 








B. 


L Emerson St. 


4,450 






Bldg Emerson St. 


450 


4.900 


Archibald, John F. & 








Fortika 


L 20 Avery St. 


9,650 






Bldg 20 Avery St. 


33,800 


43,450 


Archibald, John F. & Fortika 


L 87 Highland St. 


18,600 






Bldg 87 Highland St. 


48,500 


67,100 


Archibald, John & Fortika 


L Hawthorne St. 


5,900 






31dg Hawthorne St. 


66,950 


72.850 





Description and Value of 


z 


NAME 






' ; 




Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


1 Archibald, John F. & Fortika 


L rear Highland St. 


10,900 




Bldg Highland St. 


66,950 77,850 


1 Archibald, R. Gordon & 








1 Amelia 


ISALBellRd. 


8,90C 






Bldg Bell Rd. 


8,65C 


) 17,550 


1 Ardente, Alfred, Jr. 


L Lacourse St. 


2,70C 




1 


Mobile Home Lacourse 


2.05C 


) 4,750 


Armstrong. Charles F. 


L 10 Pleasant St. 


9,35C 






Bldgs 10 Pleasant 


27,90C 


) 37,250 


' Arold. Sheila G. 


L 8 Hilltop Drive 


6,650 




Bldg 8 Hilltop Dr. 


24,50C 


) 31,150 


Ashland Sand & Gravel Inc. 


27A L W/S Rte. 3 




9,700 


Atherton. Ian & Gail R. 


L 18 Hawthorne St. 


7,75C 


) 




Bldg 18 Hawthorne St. 


33,95C 


) 41,700 


Atwood, Heirs of Donald 


65A Reservoir Rd. 




10,000 


Atwood, Heirs of Donald 


ISOALHuntRd. 




3,750 


Atwood. Olin A. 


L 14 Foster St. 


3,650 




Bldg 14 Foster St. 


9,20C 


1 12,850 


Atwood, Richard S. 


L Parker St. 


6,85C 






Bldg Parker St. 


21,90C 


1 28,750 


Avellino, Clifford H. 


L49 Langdon St. 


5,00C 






Bldg49LangdonSt. 


22,45C 


27,450 


Avellino, Clifford H. 


L 52 Langdon St. 


4.70C 






Bldg. 52 Langdon St. 


21,050 


25,750 


Avellino. Clifford H. 


Bldg 53 Langdon St. 




26,550 


Avellino, Clifford H. 


L53B Langdon St. 


7,000 






53B Langdon St. 


15,500 


22,500 


Avery, Arthur E. & Alice 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


7,250 






Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


17,900 






L Fairgrounds Rd. 


700 


25,850 


Avery, Arthur M. & Katherine 


25A L Rte. 3 


5,250 






BIdgw/sRte. 3 


450 


5,700 


Avery, Arthur M. & Katherine 


L E/S Rte. 3 


3,050 






Bldgs E/S Rte. 3 


7,800 


10,850 


Avery, Arthur P. & Margaret S.35A L Beech Hill Rd. 


6,350 






Bldg Beech Hill Rd. 


22,600 


28,950 


Avery, Earl E., 








Helen A. & Dennis 


L Loon Lake 


3,400 






Bldg Loon Lake 


5,000 


8,400 


Avery, Geraldine F. 


L Loon Lake R. 


3,300 






Mobile Home Loon Lake 


5,900 


9,200 


Avery, Millie M. 


40A Tenney Mt. Hwy 




17,000 


Avery, Millie M. 


L N/S Tenney Mt. Hwy 




16,800 


Ayer, Robert H. & Angela 


L 40 Pleasant St. 


3,900 






Bldg 40 Pleasant St. 


12,650 


16,550 


Bagley, Norton R. 


L Tenney Mt. Hwy 


7,300 






Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 


20,950 


28.250 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



Bailey, Clarence 

Bailey, Merle C. & Gertrude 

Bain, Donald W. & Doris 

Baker, Lillian 

Balkan!, Horace & Ruth 

Barber, Mary 

Barclay, Rudolph H. 

Barker. Robert R. & 
Patricia A. 

Barker, Robert R. & 

Patricia A. 
Barney, Joel & Ruth 

Barney, Joel & Ruth 

Bartlett, George & 
Emily H. 

Bartlett, Kenneth & 

Roberta R. 

Barton, Richard & Nancy D. 

Bartram, Homer & 

Dorothy 

Batchelder, R. Hilton & 

Glenda 

Batchelder Tree Service Inc. 

Batchelder, William & 
Elizabeth F. 
Batchelder, William & 
Elizabeth F. 
Bates, Dorothy S. 

Bates, Richard & Margaret 

Baxter, Francis and 
Cecile 



L 4 School St. 
Bldg 4 School St. 
L61 Pleasant St. 
Bldg 61 Pleasant St. 
L 4 Bridge St. 
Bldg 4 BHdge St. 
L Loon Lake Rd. 
Bldg Loon Lake Rd. 
5.38A L Rte. 3A So. 
Bldgs. Rte. 3A So. 
L Parker St. 
Bldg Parker St. 
L Reservoir Rd. 
Bldg. Reservoir Rd. 

L Smith Bridge Rd. 
Bldg Smith Bridge Rd. 

LTenney Mt. Hwy 
SSALQuincyRd. 
Bldgs. Quincy Rd. 
46ALQuincyRd. 
Bldg. Quincy Rd. 

L 24 High St. 
Bldg. 24 High St. 

L 4 Garland St. 
Bldg 4 Garland St. 
20A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 

3.27A L. New Hebron Rd. 

Bldg New Hebron Rd 
L 14 Emerson St. 
Bldg 14 Emerson St. 
L 55 Main St. 
Bldg 55 Main St. 
76. 3A L Fairgrounds 
Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 
33. 9A L Fairgrounds 
Bldg Fairgrounds Rd 
L 44 Russell St. 
Bldg 44 Russell St. 

3AL Texas Hill Rd. 
Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 
L Cookville Rd. 
BldgCookvilleRd. 



7,150 
24,350 

3,900 
13,650 

2,850 

7,800 
6,050 
9,600 
7,650 
3,550 
3,750 
15,400 
3,150 
14,050 

15,350 
15,000 



22,350 

23,850 

5,850 

16,900 

4,750 
15,100 

4,250 
27,500 

5,500 

4,750 

6,450 

27,000 

30,450 

101,100 

5,910 
26,750 

6,390 
700 

3,550 
16,150 

7,700 

15,700 

4,500 

7,650 



31,500 
17,550 
10,650 
15,650 
11,200 
19,150 
17,200 

30,350 
18,600 
46,200 
22,750 

19,850 



31,750 
5,750 



10,250 
33,450 
131,550 
32,660 
7,090 
19,700 

23,400 
12,150 





Description and Value 


OF 


2 

i ° 


NAME 






^ If 




Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Bayley, Arthur & 


L 26 Pleasant St. 


4,40( 


) 


Amanda T. 


Bldg 26 Pleasant St. 


16,50C 


) 20.900 


Bayliss, John & 


L Page St. 


2,40C 


) 


Dorothv E. 


Mobile Home Page St. 


2,15C 


) 4,550 


Bealcs, James R. & 








Mary K. 


L Hilltop Drive 


6,15C 


) 




Bldg Hilltop Drive 


35,35C 


) 41.500 


Bean, Ray & Arlene C. 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


3,050 




Bldg Fairgrounds Rd 


7,050 10.100 


Beaubien, George & 


L Loon Lake 


4,800 


Constance C. 


Bldg Loon Lake 


2,900 7,700 


Beauchemin, Louis 


2.5L E/S Rte. 3 


18,600 




Bldgs E/S Rte. 3 


45,350 63.950 


Beauchemin, Louis 


L Loon Lake 


8,750 




Bldg Loon Lake 


13,80( 


) 22.550 


Beauchemin, Louis 


12 1/2AL Loon Lake 


33,250 




Mobile Home Loon Lake 


1,300 34,550 


Louis L. Beauchemun 


L E/S Rte. 3 


25,300 


Realty Co. 


Bldg E/S Rte.3 


61,450 86,750 


BeauHeu. Albert 


L 14 Pleasant St. 


4,150 




Bldg 14 Pleasant St 


22,950 27,100 


Beckley, Irene 


39A L River Rd. 


23.900 




Bldgs River Rd. 


18.700 42,600 


Beckley, Marion L 


LW/SRte. 3 




3,700 


Beckley, Marion L 


LN/S River Rd. 


3,700 




Bldg W/S River Rd. 


7,550 11.250 


Beckley, Willard & 


l.SABirchwoodDr. 


6,950 


Nancy H. Jr. 


Bldg. Birchwood Dr. 


30,700 37,650 


Beckley, Willard & 


L W/S Rte.3 




5,850 


Nancy H. Jr. 








Beckley, Willard & 


lALE/SRte. 3 


6,450 


Nancy H. Jr. 


Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


9,200 15,650 


Bell, Kenneth G. 


54ALW/SRte.3Aso 




1,350 


Bell, Kenneth 


13AW/SRte. 3Aso 




320 


Bell, Kenneth G. 


20A L E/S Rte.3a so 


5,470 




Bldg E/S Rte. 3A so 


14.900 20,370 


Bell, Kenneth G. 


20A L E/S Rte. 3A So 




500 


Bell, Kenneth G. 


130ALW/SRte. 3AS 


4,750 




Bldg W/S Rte. 3A So. 


1,050 5,800 


Bennett, Mattie 


L E/S Page St. 


2,550 




Mobile Home Page St. 


6,400 8,950 


Bent, John & Elizabeth 








Formwalt 


6AL Texas Hill Rd. 




3,300 


Beraude, Robert J. & 


L Bell Rd. 


3,000 


Cheryl R. 


Bldg Bell Rd. 


18.250 21,250 


Berg, Daniel & 


4A L E/S Rte. 3 


4,850 


Evelyn A. 


Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


7,950 12,800 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



z 

2 i 

> 



Berkland, David J. 


35ALRte. 3 


7,350 






Bldg Rte. 3 


600 


7,95( 


Beveridge, Irving & 


L Loon Lake 


3,800 




Susanne 


Bldgs Loon Lake 


7,800 


11, 6C 


Beveridge, Irving & 


L Loon Lake 


8,600 




Susanne C. 


Bldg Loon Lake 


7,000 


15,6C 


Bickford, Gladys S. 


L 22 Merrill St. 


5,300 






Bldg 22 Merrill St. 


15,200 


20.5C 


Bickford, Robert & 


2A L E/S Rte. 3A So. 


6,050 




Geraldine O. 


Bldg E/S Rte. 3A So. 


6,300 


12.35 


Binette, Bernadette I. 


L 3 Emerson St. 


3,550 






Bldg 3 Emerson St. 


16,950 


20.50 


Bishop, Marjorie & Sharon 


L Smith St. 


3,300 






Bldg Smith St. 


10,500 


13,80 


Bisson, Alfred H. & 


66. 6A L N/S Loon Lake 




26,44 


Lorraine C. 








Bisson, Alfred H. & 
T orrjiifip 


L Rear N/S Loon Lake 




25( 


Bisson, Alfre*- . 


L N/S Loon Lake 




13,70( 


Lorraine 








Bisson, Alfred & 


8A L Fairgrounds Rd 


8,850 




Lorraine H. 


Bldg Faurgrounds Rd 


12,700 


21.5= 


Bisson, Alfred & 


L E/S Loon Lake 


5,050 




Lorraine H. 


Bldg E/S Loon Lake 


2,700 


7,75 


Bisson, Alfred & Lorraine 


4A L Rte. 3 So. 




5,15 


Bixby, Leroy & Eva C. 


L W/S Rte. 3 


2,050 






Bldg W/S Rte.3 


8,800 


10.85 


Blair, Herbert & Doris P. 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 
Mobile Home 


3,650 






Fairgrounds Rd. 


8,350 


12.0C 


H.P.&R.P. Blair Co. 


Bldg. Pleasant St. 




2,1( 


Blair, Marguerite J. 


LTobeyRd. 


5,700 






Bldg Tobey Rd. 


18,150 


23.8f 


Blair, Richard & Evelyn P. 


L 29 Pleasant St. 


10,900 






Bldg. 29 Pleasant St. 


22.100 


33.0( 


Blair, Robert & Ruth H. 


L E/S Rte. 3 


30,350 






Bldgs E/S Rte. 3 


84,800 


llS.lf 


Blaisdell, Daniel & 


12AL Beech Hill Rd 


13,500 




Grace C. 


Bldg Beech Hill Rd 


12,450 


25.9! 


Blake. David H. & 


L 60 Langdon St. 


6,100 




Cynthia E. 


Bldg 60 Langdon St. 


21,050 


27.15 


Blake, Everett & Flora 


7A L SE/S Bell Rd. 




3,7C 


Blake, Lester & 


L 2 Maple St 


5,500 




Lorraine G. 


Bldg 2 Maple St. 


14,250 


19,75 


Blakes New Plymouth 


L 81 Main St. 


4,300 




Restaurant Inc. 


Bldg 81 Main St. 


46,300 


50,6C 



8 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



Blake, RoUa W. & Hattie 

Blake, Warren & 
Lillian A. 

Blanchard, John & 
Blood. Albert H. & 
Margaret 

Boardman, Dorothy M. 

Boisvert, Janet C. 

Bolton, William R. & 
Marjorie 



Borden, Bruce A. & 

Joyce C. 

Boston & Maine Corp, 



Boucher, Donald H. 
Blanchard, John & 

Mary Lou 
Boucher, Jeanne 

Bouley, Norman A. & 

Jean E. 

Bourgeois, Arthur & 

Karen R. 

Bowen, J. Bradley & 

Olga R. 

Bowie, M. Wayne & 

Edith 

Bownes, William & 

Arline 

Boyce, Gary R. & 

Mary A. 

Boyce, Henry & Jean I. 

Boyle, Robert A. & 

Caroline 

Brannigan, Charles & 

Gertrude A. 

Brian, Norris & Ruth A. 



L Highland St. 
Bldg Highland St. 
L 28 Emerson St 
Bldg 28 Emerson St. 
L Crescent St. 

L W/S Rte. 3 
Bldg W/S Rte. 3 
L W/S Int. 93 
60A E/S Pemi River 
Great Horse Pasture 
L 4 Randolph St. 
Bldg 4 Randolph St. 

2A L Reservoir Rd. 
Bldg Reservoir Rd. 
1 14A L Reservoir Rd. 

79AL Texas Hill Rd. 
L Railroad Sq. 
Bldg Railroad Sq. 
L No. Main St. 
L W/S So. Main St. 
L Crescent St. 
Bldg Crescent St. 
L 2 Edmunds Ct. 
Bldg 2 Edmunds Ct. 
7A L N/S Ouincy Rd. 

L Smith Ave. 
Bldg Smith Ave. 
L Tenney Mt. 
Bldg Tenney Mt. 
L Smith Bridge Rd. 
Bldg Smith Bridge Rd. 
L Parker St. 
Bldg Parker St. 
20ALoffRte3ASo. 

L 27 Merrill St. 
Bldg 27 Merrill St 
L 34 High St. 
Bldg. 34 High St. 
L Smith Bridge Rd. 
Bldg Smith Bridge Rd. 
L E/S Rte 3 So 
Bldg E/S Rte. 3 So 



12,800 
11,350 

5,200 
17,800 

4,450 



7,250 
11,750 

6,300 

15,900 

7,170 



64,800 
2,600 
7,150 

4,450 
15,600 

3,850 
15,850 



5,100 
20,050 

3,150 
22,250 
10,100 
19,850 

4,050 
18,250 



2,550 
14,450 

2,800 
17,400 

3,250 
2,600 
2,400 
7,850 



24.150 



23,000 



4,250 
9,300 

50 13.600 



9,000 
19,000 

29,370 
10.330 



74.550 
4,300 

20,050 

19,700 
2,050 



25,150 
25.400 
29,950 

22,300 
500 

17,000 
20,200 

5,850 
10,250 





Description and Value of 




z 


NAME 








2 ? 




Real and Personal 


Property 




2 i 

> 


Broadrick, William & 


L 5 Webster St. 


4,250 




Jane H. 


Bldg 5 Webster St. 


17,250 


21.500 


Brooker, Jacob & 


L E/S Page St. 


2,800 




Linda S. 


Mobile Home Page St. 


6,500 


9,300 


Brooks, George 


LW/SChiassonRd. 


6,350 






Bldg Chiasson Rd. 


10,300 


16,650 


Brooks, John D. 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


4,850 






Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


6.050 


10,900 


Brown, Edward & Mary 


L Crescent St. 


4,450 






Bldg Crescent St. 


11,550 


16,000 


Brown, Lena A. 


L 23 High St. 


3,550 






Bldg 23 High St. 


12,650 


16,200 


Brown, Richard & Joyce L. 


L Crescent St 


5,500 






Bldg Crescent St. 


18,800 


24,300 


Brown. Roberta K. 


lOA L Rte. 3A So. 


15,150 






Bldg Rte. 3A So 


11,800 


26,950 


Bruce, Richard & Phyllis 


L Tenney Mt. Hwy 


23,000 






Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 


14,300 


37.300 


Bryant, James R. & Patricia 


L Crescent St. 


5,000 






Bldg Crescent St. 


15,100 


20.100 


Buckland, Lee & Alida S. 


L 26 Russell St. 


4,850 






Bldg 26 Russell St. 


28,100 


32,950 


Buco, Angelo & Margaret 


L Lacourse St. 


3,100 






Mobile Home Lacourse 


1,900 


5,000 


Buonopane, David & Gloria 


L 3 Avery St. 


4,150 






Bldg 3 Avery St. 


15.350 


19,500 


Burg, Sondra J. 


L 12 1/2 Green St. 


1,550 






Bldg 12 1/2 Green St. 


5,850 


7,400 


Burghardt, Corwin 


L S/S Silver St. 




5,300 


Burrows, Chester 


Mobile Home Rte 3 




1,750 


Burtt, Floyd W. & Shirley 


L 202 No. Main St. 


3,850 






Bldg 202 No. Main St. 


18,850 


22,700 


Burtt, Floyd W. & Shirley 


L No. Main St. 


1,550 






Bldg No. Main St. 


10,800 


12,350 


Burtt, Floyd W. & Shirley 


Mobile Home No. Main 




5,150 


Bushaw, Chester A. & 








Timothy 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


3,300 






Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


1,600 


4,900 


Butterfield, Warren H. & 








Priscilla 


L Highland St. 




850 


Caldon, Lee F. 


L 5 Emerson St. 


5,600 






Bldg 5 Emerson St. 


16,050 


21,650 


Calnan Realty Trust 


l.SALRte. 3ASo. 




3,700 


Campbell, Albert & Ann 


L 174 Main St 


13,400 






Bldg 174 Main St. 


27,450 


40,850 



10 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



Campbell, Donald A. & 

Mina 

Caplan. Richard & 

Judith M. 

Carpenter, J. Calvin 

Carpenter, J. Calvin 

Carpenter, William M. 

Carpenter, Zelma & William 

Carpenter, Zelma B. & 

William M. 

Carpenter, Zelma 

Charles A. Carr Co.-, Inc. 

Carter, Benjamin C. & 

Geneva 

Cass, Robert P. Jr. & 

Barbara 

Cataldo, Anthony-Paul 

Pastorello & Joseph A. 

Thompson 

Caverly, Gladys 

Cayes, Malcolm & Marion C. 

Cayes, Malcolm & Marion C. 

Cayes, Malcolm & Marion C. 

Chain, Gerard 
Chaine, Henry A. 
Chapman, Clarence E. Jr. & 
Doris 

Chapman, John W. & 
Martha H. 

Chapman, John W. & 
Martha H. 

Chapman, Philip B. & 
Elsie M. 



L 8 Winter St 
Bldg 8 Winter St. 
2A L Bell Rd. 
Bldg Bell Rd. 
L52 So. Main St. 
Bldg 52 So. Main St. 
L 3 Webster St 
Bldg 3 Webster St. 
L Cookville 
Bldg Cookville 
164AL Cookville Rd. 
Bldg Cookville Rd. 
6AL Beech Hill Rd. 

2A L Fairgrounds Rd. 
1.55AL01dRte25 
L 67 Langdon St. 
Bldg 67 Langdon St. 
lOA L Texas Hill Rd. 
Mobile Home Texas Hill 



5.8A L Rte. 3A So. 

2AL Texas Hill Rd. 
Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 
L 4 Bayley Ave. 
Bldg 4 Bayley Ave. 
L 1 High St. 
Bldg 1 High St. 
L 12 Avery St. 
Bldg 12 Avery St. 
Mobile Home Quincy Rd. 
Mobile Home Quincy Rd. 

23A L New Hebron Rd. 
Bldg New Hebron Rd. 

L 8 Merrill St. 
Bldg 8 Merrill St. 

L 12 Merrill St. 
Bldg 12 Merrill St. 

39A L New Hebron Rd. 
Bldg New Hebron Rd. 



3,650 

22,900 

1,700 

1,300 

7,000 

30,250 

2,900 

10,700 

5,300 

19,800 

18,080 

17,750 



3,850 

24,500 

7,400 

5,550 



26,550 

3,000 

37,250 

13,600 

25,100 

35,830 
8,500 

400 
17,500 

28,350 

12,950 

17,250 



4,700 




3,550 


8,250 


7,850 




30,900 


38,750 


8,400 




26,850 


35,250 


5,650 




19,650 


25,300 




1,550 




1,750 


11,300 




17,700 


29,000 


5,550 




15,100 


20,650 


6,650 




20,350 


27,000 


16,650 




9,000 


25,650 



11 









2 
, 




Description and Value 


of 


i h 


NAME 






^ i 




Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Chase, Anthony B. 


L 7 So Main St. 


12,55C 






Bldg 7 So Main St. 


16,50C 


) 29,050 


Chase, Anthony 


L 1 Warren St. 


6,65C 






Bldg 1 Warren St. 


16,45C 


) 23,100 


Chase, Anthony B. 


L 3 & 5 Warren St. 


2,85C 






Bldg 3 & 5 Warren St. 


12,450 


15,300 


Chase, Anthony B. 


120AL off E/S Texas 








Hill Rd. 




3,000 


Chase, Anthony B. 


L 7 Warren St. 


2,250 




Bldg 7 Warren St. 


7,600 9,850 


Chase, Anthony B. 


L 1 So. Main St. 


1,600 




Bldg 1 So. Main St. 


7,950 9,550 


Chase, Anthony B. 


SAL Off Pleasant St. 




6,700 


Chase, Anthony B. 


L N/S Warren St. 




4.150 


Chase, Anthony B. 


HAL off Texas Hill Rd. 




350 


Chase, Arthur R. & Helen 


L 153 Highland St. 


13,000 




Bldg 153 Highland St. 


24,300 37,300 


Chase, Flora 


L 25 Russell St. 


7,350 




Bldg 25 Russell St. 


21,500 28,850 


Chase, James J. & 








Lota L. 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


4,750 




31dg Fairgrounds Rd. 


17,100 21,850 


Chase, Jeffrey 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




4,100 


Chrse. Jessie W. 


L 23 Russell St. 


4,95C 


) 




Bldg 23 Russell St. 


27,45C 


) 32,400 


Chase, Heirs of Robert M. 


5.6ALThurlowSt. 




7,500 


Chasson, Esther B. 


L S/S Pleasant St. 




3,250 


Chellis, Delbert I. 


L 29 Merrill St. 


2,500 




Bldg 29 Merrill St. 


13,050 15,550 


Cheney, Harry W. & 








Marion C. 


58 A New Hebron Rd. 


5,800 




Bldg New Hebron Rd. 


16,100 21,900 


Cheney, Harry W. & 








Marion C. 


45A L SW/S New Hebron Rd. 


3,530 




Bldg SW/S New Hebron Rd. 


150 3,690 


Cheney, Walter & Anita A. 


L 58 Main St. 


9,550 




Bldg 58 Main St. 


47,350 56,900 


Cheney, Walter A. & Anita 


L Yeaton Rd. 


5,800 




Bldgs. Yeaton Rd. 


21,400 27,200 


Chiasson, Florence 


LCookvilleRd. 


3,300 




Mobile Home & Bldg 


4,000 




Cookville Rd. 




7,300 


Chiasson, James 


L Crescent St. 


6,350 




Bldg Crescent St. 


20,400 26,750 



12 



NAME 

Chivell, Joseph & Louise G. 

Church, Richard L. Jr. & 

Janice 

Churchill, George L. & 

Clarine 

Churchill, Morris & Ruth 

Clapper, Ernest & Winifred W. 

Clark, Bernice E. 

Clark, Coy R. & Cynthia M. 
Clark. Coy R. & Cynthia 

Clark,IrvingW. & 

Karen M. 

Clark, Joseph L. & 

Deloris M. 

Clark, Leroy S. & Etta H. 

Clark, Meredith, Sylvia 
Brown &. Wilnia Thompson 

Clark, Roger & Ruth C. 

Clark, Veranus & Carolyn 

Clark, Veranus 

Clay, Clinton D. 

Clay, Clinton 
Clay David 

Clay, David & Ruby 

Clay, Frances F. 

Clay, Frances F. 
Clay, John G. & Jessie 

Clay, Sam 

Cleaveau, Raymond 



Description and Value 


OF 


z 

i I 


Real and Personal Property 


3 

> 


3A L Fairgrounds Rd 


6,850 


Bids Fairgrounds Rd 


15,650 22,500 


L 1 1 Batchelder St. 


6,900 


Bldg 1 1 Batchelder St. 


27,350 34,250 


L 2 Bridge St. 


1,000 


Bldg 2 Bridge St. 


6,450 7,450 


L Cummings Hill Rd. 


2,200 


Bldg Cummings Hill Rd. 


6,000 8,200 


5A L Cummings Hill Rd. 


7,200 


Bldg Cummings Hill Rd 


8,800 16,000 


L Highland St. 


2,850 


Bldg Highland St. 


5,450 8,300 


L Langdon St. 




4,600 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


4,050 


Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


19,000 23,050 


L 79 Highland St. 


43,550 


Bldg 79 Highland St. 


42,250 85,800 


L 3 Randolph St. 


9,150 


Bldg 3 Randolph St. 


28,200 37,350 


L Loon Lake Rd. 


4,200 


Mobile Home & Bldg 






Loon Lake Rd. 


8,150 12,350 


lOAL Old Hebron Rd. 


11,350 


Bldg Old Hebron Rd. 


300 11,650 


15 A L Loon Lake Rd. 


9,350 


Bldg Loon Lake Rd. 


13,850 23,200 


L 13 Hawthorne St. 


5,350 


Bldg 13 Hawthorne St. 


14,650 20,000 


L Loon Lake 


6,850 


Bldg Loon Lake 


4,450 11,300 


L Loon Lake 


6,850 


Bldg Loon Lake 


4,500 11,350 


L Rear Loon Lake 




1,750 


L 39 Merrill St. 


4,050 


Bldg 39 Merrill St. 


6,600 10,650 


L 28 Merrill St. 


6,100 


Bldg 28 Merrill St. 


18,850 24,950 


L Highland St. 


12,200 


Bldg Highland St. 


29,000 41,200 


L Birchwood Dr. 




4,250 


L 56 Langdon St. 


5,950 


Bldg 56 Langdon St. 


21.500 27,450 


L Loon Lake 


6,900 


Bldg Loon Lake 


3,700 10,600 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




8,800 



13 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



2 



Clement, F. W. 


96ALHuntRd. 




2,400 


Clement, Pauline 


Mobile Home Reservoir Rd. 




2,500 


Cleveland, Carl 


36 A L Reservoir Rd. 


2,220 






Bldg Reservoir Rd. 


250 


2,470 


Cleveland, Carl E. & Beatrice 


ISA L Reservoir Rd. 




370 


Clifford, Arnold B. & Glenna 


5A L New Hebron Rd. 


6,550 






Bldg New Hebron Rd. 


7,750 


14,300 


Clifford, Chester B. 


80A L New Hebron Rd. 


6,180 






Bldg New Hebron Rd. 


8,550 


14,730 


Clifford, Earl 


lOA L New Hebron Rd. 


10,100 






Bldg New Hebron Rd. 


11,450 


21,550 


Clifford, George R. & 








Donna 


L New Hebron Rd. 


4,250 






Bldge New Hebron Rd. 


8,700 


12,950 


Clifford-Nicol, Inc. 


L 44 Main St. 


10,000 






Bldg 44 Main St. 


20,750 


30,750 


Clogston, James & Sandra 


Mobile Home No. Main St. 




2,900 


Cloud, John R. & Lauralee 


IIA L Chaisson Rd. 


9,000 






Bldg Chiasson Rd. 


9,600 


18,600 


Coburn, Frederick H. & 








Hazel 


3A L Reservoir Rd. 
Mobile Home & Bldgs 


9,750 






Reservoir Rd. 


6,500 


16,250 


Cochran, Elmore K. & 








Patricia 


L 1 Wentworth St. 


3,500 






Bldg 1 Wentworth St. 


15,400 


18,900 


Coffey, Earl A. 


L 14 Russell St. 


5,100 






Bldg 14 Russell St. 


18,000 


23,100 


Colantuoni, James L. & 








Christine 


L 18 Winter St. 


3,950 






Bldg 18 Winter St. 


20,600 


24,550 


Colbath, Alfred V. & 








Dorothy M. 


Lot 1 Colbath Subdiv. Rte. 3A 




3,100 


Colbath, Alfred V. & 








Dorothy M. 


Lot 3 Colbath Subdiv. Rte. 3A 




3,100 


Colbath, Eleanor M. 


L Colbath Subdiv. Rte. 3A 




4,650 


Colbath, Eleanor M. 


Lot 2 Colbath Subdiv. Rte. 3A 




3,100 


Colbath, Eleanor M. 


Lot 4 Colbath Subdiv Rte. 3A 




3,100 


Colbath, Eleanor M. 


Lot 7 Colbath Subdiv Rte. 3A 




2,800 


Colbath, Eleanor M. 


Lot 5 Colbath Subdiv. 




2.800 


Colbath, Eleanor M. 


Lot 8 Colbath Subdiv 




2,800 


Colburn, Earl K. & Erma 


2 1/2 A L Fairgrounds Rd. 


7,800 






Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


10,850 


18,650 


Colpitts, Minnie 


L 12 Hawthorne St. 


3,800 






Bldg 12 Hawthorne St. 


13,800 


17,600 


Comeau, Bonnie 


1.7ALTenneyMt. Hwy 


5,350 






Mobile Home 


3,200 






Tenney Mt. Hwv 




8,550 



14 





Description and Value of 


z 


NAME 






i < 




Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Compos, Louis & 








Joseph M. Ziane 


L Loon Lake Rd. 




1,250 


Concannon, Anna H. 


L So. Main St. 


44,900 




Bldg So. Main St. 


111,400 156,300 


Connary, Merlin F. & 








Jeanette D. 


L31 Emerson St. 


5,050 




Bldg 31 Emerson St. 


24,300 29,350 


Conner, Ethel F. 


L 12 Bayley Ave. 


5,650 




Bldgl2BayleyAve. 


18,300 23,950 


Connors, John R., Jr. 


L 28 Pleasant St. 


3,800 




Bldg 28 Pleasant St. 


7,950 11,750 


Connors, Thomas C. & 








Olga H. 


L 49 Merrill St. 


5,450 




Bldg 49 Merrill St. 


15,000 20,450 


Conrad, Doris B. 


L61 Langdon St. 


5,500 




Bldg 61 Langdon St. 


22,950 28,450 


Corbat, Marcel 


5A L W/S Rte. 3A So. 




6,000 


Corson, Richard 


LCookvilleRd. 


7,950 




Bldg Cookville Rd. 


19.250 27,200 


Cote, David & Joan G. 


LCookvilleRd. 


5,950 




Bldg Cookville Rd. 


19,900 25,850 


Cote, Normand H. 


L 18 Russell St 


3.650 




Bldg 18 Russell St. 


11,250 14,900 


Cote, William & Cathy 


L Lacourse St. 


3.000 




Mobile Home Lacourse 


4,850 7,850 


Coursey, Clarence & 


L Post Office Sq. 


11,500 


Betty Jane 


Bldg Post Office Sq. 


67,100 78,600 


Coursey, C, Earie & 


3ALQuincyRd. 


7,450 


Betty J. 


Bldg Ouincy Rd; 


20,450 27,900 


Coutu, Richard A. & 


L35 So. Main St. 


8,150 


Sally A. 


Bldg 35 So. Main St. 


20,000 28,150 


Coutu, Richard & 


L33 So Main St. 


4,150 


Sally A. 


Bldg 33 So Main St. 


12,300 16,450 


Covin, Theodore M. & 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


5,650 


llene 


Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


19,250 24,900 


Covin, Theodore M. & 


Mobile Home off 






liene 


Crescent St. 




2,050 


Cowan, Betty 


L 3 Garland St. 


4,250 




Bldg 3 Garland St. 


16,500 20,750 


Cowan, Neil S. & 


L 1 1 Buckland Ave. 


5,900 


Linda C. 


Bldg 11 Buckland Ave. 


30,250 36,150 


Craig, Alastair M. 


L Thurlow St. 


5,800 


& Angela C. 


Bldg Thurlow St. 


38,550 44,350 


Crane, Henry D., Jr. & 


L 9 Rogers St. 


8,650 


Emily 


Bldg 9 Rogers St. 


31,750 40,400 


Cray. Richard H. & 








Carol A. 


L S/S Maple St. 




5,100 



15 





Description and Value 


OF 


z 

i 8 


NAME 






? 5 




Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Cromey, Frank W. & 


32ALW/SRte3 So 


12,920 


Margaret 


Bldg Rte 3A So. 


29,45C 


) 42,370 


Cromey, Frank & Margaret 


14ALE/SRte. 3ASo. 
1/2 int. 




2,100 


Cronin, John J. & Marjorie 


L S/S Cummings Hill 


4,60C 


) 




Bldg Cummings Hill Rd 


9,7(X 


) 14,300 


Cronin, John J. 


2A L N/S Cummings Hill Rd. 




2,750 


& Majorie D. 








Crosby, Walter A. & 


2AL Texas Hill Rd. 




2,200 


Gerel A. 








Crowley, Robert J. 


L W/S Rte. 3 


10,600 



Crowley, Robert J. 


L W/S Rte. 3 


10,600 






Bldgs W/S Rte.3 


37,850 


48,450 


Crowley, Robert J. 


L W/S Rte 3 & Armory Rd. 




7,200 




5A L Rte. 3A & 25 


7,100 






Bldg Rte. 3A & 25 


21,850 


28,950 


Cummings, Winfred H. Jr. 


40A L W/S Rte. 3A 




9,650 


Cummings, Winfred H. Jr. 


L E/S Rte. 3A & 25 




850 


Currie, James E. & 


L 11 Maple St. 


6,950 




Margaret K. 


Bldg 11 Maple St. 


22.700 


29,650 


Currier, Edwin & 








Marie A. 


L N/S Texas Hill Rd. 


1,600 






Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


5,350 


6,950 


Currier, Jeanette 


2.89A L Chiasson Rd. 


5,950 






Bldg Chiasson Rd. 


11,850 


17,800 


Currier, Philip J. & 


L Highland St. 


13,100 




Donna L. 


Bldg Highland St. 


5,600 


18,700 


Currier, Richard 


L Chiasson Rd. 




1.750 


Curtis, Raymond & Louise 


lOALHuntRd. 


4,800 






Bldg Hunt Rd. 


15,400 


20,200 


Cushing, Roger, Roy & 


48A L Reservoir Rd. 


14,450 




Oscar 


Bldg Reservoir Rd 


7,950 


22,400 


Cushing, Wallace C. & 


L 45 Merrill St. 


6,100 




Virginia 


Bldg 45 Merrill St. 


17,650 


23,750 


Cushing, Wallace C. Jr. 


L41 Merrill St. 


5,500 




& Virginia 


Bldg. 41 Merrill St. 


4,750 


10,250 


Cushing, William 


L 48 Merrill St. 


5,500 






Bldg 48 Merrill St. 


14,650 


20,150 


Cushing, William 


L 46 Merrill St. 


5,500 






Bldg 46 Merrill St. 


17,050 


22,550 


Cushing, William 


L 42 Merrill St. 


6,000 






Bldg 42 Merrill St. 


18,800 


24,800 


Cutter, Richard & Shirley 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 
Mobile Home 


3,750 






Fairgrounds Road 


1,550 


5,300 



16 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



z 
o 



Daigle, Herbert J. & 
Shirley M 

Daigle, Robert E. & Sally A. 

Daigneault, Thomas & 

Michael 

Daigneault, Thomas W. & 

Michael 

Daigneault, 

Michael 

Daigneault, 
Michael 

Daigneault, 
Michael 



L Page St. 

Mobile Home Page St. 

1/3 Int. 

L Page St. 

Mobile Home Page St. 

1/3 Int. 

15ALE/SRte. 3 
2A L E/S Rte. 3 



Thomas W. & 



Thomas W. & 



Thomas W. & 



Dame, Sherburne 
Danisch, John A. & Viola 

D'Antuono, Joseph B. & 
Jcannette 

Davis, Abraham L. , Jr. Heirs 
of 

Davis, Alan H. & Ann 

Davis, Beatrice L. 

Davis. Raymond F. 

Davison, Jane B. 
Davison, Jane B. 
Day, Dorothy G. 

Day, Gladys 

Deachman, Harriet 

Deachman, Ross V. & 
Neil A Cowan 
Deachman, Ross V. & 
Neil A. Cowan 



1,250 

1,150 
1,250 

1,150 



2.400 



2,400 
20,450 

3,850 



L 86 Highland St. 


7,100 




Bldg 86 Highland St. 


750 


7,850 


L 7 Maple St. 


7,100 




Bldg 7 Maple St. 


22,350 


29,450 


L 12 Pleasant St. 


5,750 




Bldg 12 Pleasant St. 


28,050 


33,800 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




3,900 


L 60 Highland St. 


11,300 




Bldg 60 Highland St. 


29,250 


40,550 


L W/S Page St. 


3,250 




Mobile Home Page St. 


4,900 


8,150 


19AYeatonRd. 


11,200 




Bldg Yeaton Rd. 


1,200 


12,400 


L 30 Pleasant St. 


5,000 




Bldg 30 Pleasant St. 


17,750 


22,750 


L Stony Brook Rd. 


2,700 




Bldg Stony Brook Rd. 


24,050 


26,750 


lOOA L Pike Hill Rd. 


2,500 




Bldg Pike Hill Rd. 


600 


3,100 


15A E/S Rte. 3 A So. 




9,150 


16.6ALoffW/SRte. 3ASo. 




410 


L 32 Pleasant St. 


3,800 




Bldg 32 Pleasant St. 


11,800 


15,600 


L Cooper St. 


9,450 




Bldgs 8 Cooper St. 


13,750 


23,200 


L 17 Pleasant St. 


5,750 




Bldg 17 Pleasant St. 


14,750 


20,500 


L N/S Pleasant St. 




4,900 


L 38 Highland St. 


10,850 




Bldg 38 Highland St. 


32,650 


43,500 






17 





Description and Value of 


z 


NAME 






^ ^ 




Real and Personal Property 


2 5 

< 

> 


Dcachman, Ross V. & 








Neil Cowan 


L 60 Pleasant St. 


5,60C 






Bldg 60 Pleasant St. 


12,70C 


18,300 


Deachman, Ross V. & Nancy S.3A L off Smith St. 


5,20C 






Bldg off Smith St. 


37,10C 


42,300 


Dearborn, Barbara 


LW/SRte. 3 




6,800 


Dearborn, Barbara 


L Buckland St. 




4,400 


Dearborn, Dennis C. & 








Barbara S. 


LlOWentworthSt. 


2,700 




Bldg lOWentworthSt. 


30,45C 


) 33,150 


Dearborn, Earl J. & 








Marion 


Lot 1 Loon Lake 


6,05C 


) 




Bldg Loon Lake 


6,40C 


) 12,45C 


Dearborn. Earl & Marion 


Lot 5 Loon Lake 




4,800 


Dearborn, Earl J. & Marion 


Lot 6 Loon Lake 




3,350 


Dearborn, Earl J. <& Marion 


Lot 7 Loon Lake 




3,100 


Dearborn, Earl & Marion 


Lot 1 2 Loon Lake 




1,750 


Dearborn, Earl & Marion 


Lot 1 3 Loon Lake 




1,750 


Dearborn, Earl & Marion 


Lot 8 Loon Lake 




1,200 


Dearborn, Earl & Marion 


Lot 10 Loon Lake 




1,200 


Dearborn, Earl & Marion 


Lot 9 Loon Lake 




1,200 


Dearborn, Robert W. & 








Adeline 


lOALThurlowSt. 


9, IOC 


1 




Bldg Thurlow St. 


13,60C 


I 22,700 


Dearborn. Robert W. & 








Adeline 


30A Thurlow St. 




8,290 


Decker, Edward J. & 








Marjorie 


L 72 Highland St. 


6,25C 


1 




Bldg 72 Highland St. 


17,65C 


23,900 


DeHart, Wayne 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




6.050 


Deniing Chevrolet, Inc. 


10.6ALRte. 3A&25 




24,950 


Deniing, Lawrence E. & Celina 


L 7 Wentworth St. 


2,900 






Bldg 7 Wentworth St. 


12 250 


15,150 


Dennis, Harry S. Ill, & Mary 


L Texas Hill Rd. 


3,750 






Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


17,25C 


21,000 


Derrickson, Robert Jr., & 








Marilyn 


L 54 Langdon St, 


5,200 






Bldg 54 Langdon St. 


20,150 


25,350 


Desmarais, Arthur J. 


Lll Warren St. 


5,550 






Bldg 1 1 Warren St. 


16,750 


22,300 


DesRosiers, Robert L. & 








AnneM. 


L W/S Rte. 3 


5,100 






BldgW/SRte.3 


12,050 


17,150 


DeWitt. Reginald F. & 








Phyllis 


L 30 Emerson St. 


3,050 






Bldg 30 Emerson St. 


25,100 


28,150 



18 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



z 
o 

M 

> 



DeWitt, Reginald F. 
Dicey, Arthur R., Sr. 
Dickinson. Joyce 
Dion, Edward G. & M Louise 

Di Sarro, Eugene E. & 

Barbara A. 

Dolloff, Grover and Eleanor 

Dooley, Eugene & Virginia 

Dow, Alan 

Dow Associates, Inc. 

Dow, Willie B. & Gertrude M 

Downing, Edward and Julia 

Downing, Leslie & Sylvia 

Downing. Leslie M. & Thelma 
Downing, Lewis R. & Rosalie 

Dreghorn, Douglas N. & 
R. Elaine 

Driscoll, John M. & Mary T. 
Driscoll, William J. & 
Virginia 

Drouin, Donald D. & M. 
Pauline 



Drown, Reginald D. & Maria 
Duclos, Richard R. & Betty 

Duffy, Thomas G. & Nishma 
Duguay, William & Elizabeth 
Dunlap, Laurice & Helga 
Dunn, Virginia 
Dunphy. Alton L. 



L E/S Randolph St. 
90A Texas Hill Rd. 
Mobile Home Rte. 3 
L Chaisson Rd. 
Bldg Chaisson Rd. 

L Lacourse St. 

L 9 Pleasant St. 
Bldg 9 Pleasant St. 
L Loon Lake 
Bldg Loon Lake 
Mobile Home Rte. 3 
L No. Main St. 
Bldg No. Main St. 
LThurlow St. 
Bldg Thurlow St. 
17 Fairgrounds Rd. 
Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 
L W/S Rte. 3A So. 
Bldg Rte. 3A So. 
52AL Beech Hill Rd. 
L4 Langdon St. 
Bldg 4 Langdon St. 

L N/S Parker St. 
Bldg Parker St. 
14.5 A L Summit Rd. 

L 2 Randolph St. 
Bldg 2 Randolph St. 

3.5AL Highland St. 
Bldg Highland St. 

9.9A L Rte. 3A So. 
L 42 Pleasant St. 
Bldg 42 Pleasant St. 
4.4ALyeatonRd. 
Bldg Yeaton Rd. 
L Loon Lake 
Bldg Loon Lake 
L Crescent St. 
Bldg Crescent St. 
L21 WentworthSt. 
Bldg 21 WentworthSt. 
Mobile Home Rte. 3 



4,000 
10,150 



4,600 

23,300 

6,200 

5,700 

23,450 

22,000 

5,050 

17,200 

14,650 

13,600 

4,750 

5,150 

6,800 
10,400 

2,800 
14,500 



6,250 
17,700 

7,850 
29,500 



3,850 

16,400 
6,300 

18,850 
5,950 
7,350 
3,650 

19,800 
5,050 

20,350 



9,000 
5,000 
5,700 

14,150 

4,100 

27,900 

11,900 
4,300 

45,450 

22,250 

28,250 

9,900 
1,300 

17,200 



17,300 
8,800 



23,950 

37,350 

10,400 

20,250 

25,150 

13,300 

23,450 

25,400 
5,800 



19 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



Dunsmore, Alan N. 6c 
Mabel G. 

Diirand. Otto D. 6c Constance 



Durfee, Irene M. 

Durgin. Charles 6c Elizabeth 

Durgin, Charles & Elizabeth 

Durgin Oil Co. 
Durgin. Paul 
Dustin, Anna E. 

Dustin, Anna I. 

Duval, Paul X. & Gladys 

Eastman, Clifton K. 

Eastman. James 
Ecker. J. Leonard 

Edgar. Almira M. & Charles T 

Edgell, Charles 

Edgerly. Lois S. 

Edwards. Walter H. & Alice 

Ehrlich, Gert & Anne A. 

Ela, Richard C. & Betty A. 

Elliott, Donald & Carol 

Elliott, Eleanor M. 

Elliott, Malcolm E. & 
Josephine 

Elliott. Malcolm E. & 

Josephine 
Elliott, Robert J. & Carole 



L Beech Hill Rd. 3,700 

Mobile Home. Beech Hill Rd. 4.750 

L 4 Maple St. 5,600 

Bldg4MapleSt. 18.600 

I ot Maple St. 2,350 
Mobile Home Fairgrounds Rd. 

L S S Cummings St. 4,150 

Bldg Cummings St. 1 ,500 

L 3 Cummings St. 5.150 

Bldg 3 Cummings St. 21.850 
Bldgs 131 B Main St. 
7A L Rear S/S Int. 93 

L Loon Lake Rd. 10.600 

Bldg Loon LakeRd. 14.800 
L E/S Loon Lake 

L 36 Emerson St. 3.250 

Bldg 36 Emerson St. 1 2,200 

34A^W SRte. 25 5,470 

Bldgs W/S Rte. 25 11,750 
LW/SRte. 25 

3 A L Loon Lake 17,550 

Bldgs Loon Lake 9,650 

L Loon Lake 3.850 

Bldgs Loon Lake 4,250 

L 56 Highland St. 8,050 

Bldg 56 Highland St. 23,750 

L O'Brien St. 

31AL Texas Hill Rd. 

Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 

L Plymouth-Rumney Town 

Line 

65ALw/SRte. 3 1,750 

Bldgw/SRte. 3 750 

L Cookville Rd. 5,650 

Bldg Cookville Rd. 16,200 

L 22 Highland St. 10,600 

Bldg 22 Highland St. 28,750 

60A L Texas Hill Rd. 6.370 

Bldgs Texas Hill Rd. 9,500 

38A L Texas Hill Rd. 

LW/SRte. 3 9,650 

BldgW SRte. 3 25,350 



8,450 

26.550 
2.400 

5.650 

27.000 
2.100 
1.600 

25.400 
3.300 

15.450 

17,220 
4,350 

27,200 

8.100 

31,800 



6,150 
5,910 
14,450 20,360 



1,200 
2,500 
21,850 
39,350 

15,870 
950 

35,000 



20 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



z 
J 9 
I- < 

3 
H -J 

< 
> 



Elliott, Robert J. & Carole A. 


L 1 Edmunds Ct. 


2,800 






Bldg 1 Edmunds Ct. 


8,150 


10.950 


Elliott. Ruby B. 


lALRte. 3 


4,000 






Bldg Rte. 3 


7,500 






lALRte. 3 


150 


11,650 


Emmerich, Daniel R. & 








Victoria A. 


L 25 Wentworth St. 


5,200 






Bldg 25 Wentworth St. 


14,900 


20,100 


Ennor. Lewis M 


7AL 225 No. Main St. 


6,450 






Bldg 225 No. Main St. 


16,950 


23.400 


Estes, Paul L. & Gisela B. 


L 1 Maple St. 


5,200 






Bldg 1 Maple St. 


12,850 


18.050 


Esty, Alan E. 


75ALW/SRte. 3ASo. 




1,870 


Evans, Capt. 


Bldg 79 Highland St. 




550 


Evans, Charles E. & 








Elizabeth 


L 24 Winter St. 


6,750 






Bldg 24 Winter St. 


13.550 


20,300 


Evans, Donald E. & 








Priscilla A. 


L 7 Avery St. 


2,950 






Bldg 7 Avery St. 


11,850 


14,800 


Evans, Josephine 


L Texas Hill Rd. 


4,750 






Bldg 7 Avery St. 


4,750 


9,500 


Evans. Mary L. Heirs 


30AL Texas Hill Rd. 




6.500 


Evans, Richard & Susan & 








John Connors 


L 28 Pleasant St. 


4,400 






Bldg 28 Pleasant St. 


12,050 


16,450 


Evans, Theodore H. & Stella 


L 9 Cummings St. 


5,200 






Bldg 9 Cummings St. 


23,450 


28,650 


Everett, Charles R. & Anna 


L 96 Highland St. 


14,700 






Bldg % Highland St. 


22,650 


37.350 


Ewens, Ellen 


LW/SRte. 3 


4,000 






Bldgs Rte. 3 


11,400 


15.400 


Ewens. Ellen 


7.5A L E/ S Rte 3 




1,300 


Ewens, Eric Jr. 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




1,000 


Exxon Corp. 


L 131 No. Main St. 


25,200 






Bldg 131 No. Main St. 


27,150 


52,350 


Fanton, Charles W. & Vivian 


L 26 Emerson St. 


4,650 






Bldg 26 Emerson St. 


18,600 


23,250 


Farina, Gerritt & June 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


6.900 






Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


19,850 


26,750 


Farley's Rexall Pharmacy, Inc 


L 36 Langdon St. 


5,400 






Bldg Langdon St. 


16.050 


21.450 


Farmar, Arthur G. & Mary 


8 A L E S Rte. 3 


10.000 






BldgsE SRte. 3 


11,300 


21,300 


Farrell. Richard 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




3.300 


Fauver. Alfred N 


50AL Off Texas Hill Rd. 




1.250 


Fauver. Alfred N. 


115ALW STexasHillRd. 




35.560 



21 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



2 

< 
> 



Fauver, Alfred N. 

Fauver, Alfred N. 

Fauver, Alfred N. & Bertha 

Fauver, Alfred N. & Bertha 
Feinen, George 

Fellows, Francis & Maxine 

Ferguson, John M. & Bertha 

Ferland, Keith R. & 
Gloria C. 



Filion, Lawrence G. & 
Fayleen 

Filion, Lawrence G. & 

Fayleen 

Fisk, Allan T. &l 

David Monaghan 

Fitch, Corliss F. & 

Clarese 

Fitzgerald, Gerald D. & 
Helen C. 

Fitzmorris, Edward J. & Doris 

Flagg, Henry C. & Vernie W. 

Flanders, Edna, Marion 

Osborne & 

Dorothy Wright 

Flanders, Edna, Marion 

Osborne & 

Dorothy Wright 

Flanders, Lawrence H. 

Flanders, Lawrence L. 

Flanders, Lawrence L. 
Flanders, Richard A. & 
Edna E. 



200A L Texas Hill Rd 33,910 

Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 12,900 46,810 

85A L Old Hebron Rd. 1 7,600 

52A L Old Hebron Rd. 3,780 

Bldg Old Hebron Rd. 35,600 39,380 

42A L Old Hebron Rd. 2 550 

L 40 Highland St. 12,650 

Bldg 40 Highland St. 35,400 48,050 

1.7AL8 Emerson St. 13,000 

Bldgs 8 Emerson St. 30,050 43,050 

7A L E/S Rte. 3A So. 10,650 

Bldg E/S Rte. 3A So. 1 ,600 1 2,250 

L Reservoir Rd. 3,950 

Bldg Reservoir Rd. 17,200 21,150 

L Tenney Mt. Hwy 6,250 

Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 1 1 ,250 1 7,500 

L N/S Tenney Mt Hwy 1 ,050 

73.7A L Texas Hill Rd. 1 1 ,490 

LW/SRte. 3 1,100 

BldgW/SRte. 3 100 1,200 

L 80 Langdon St. 4,150 

Bldg 80 Langdon St. 17,300 21,450 

LRte.3 10,100 

Bldg Rte 3 18,750 28,850 

4.5A L Smith Bridge 5,250 

Bldg Smith Bridge Rd. 8,900 14,150 



68A L N/S Fairgrounds Rd. 8,450 



L S/S Fairgrounds Rd. 




10,900 


L 10 Winter St. 


4,000 




Bldg 10 Winter St. 


K 100 


18,100 


22A L Smith Bridge Rd. 


8,330 




Bldg Smith Bridge Rd. 


8,350 


16,680 


L E/S Rte. 3 




800 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


4,600 




Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


21,550 


26,150 



22 



NAME 

Fletcher, John 

Fletcher. John 
Fletcher, John 

Fletcher. Roscoe P. 

Fletcher. Roscoe P. 
Fletcher, Roscoe P. 
Fletcher, Roscoe P. 
Fletcher, Roscoe P. 

Fligg, J. Howard & Gertrude 

Floyd, Paul M.& Judith O. 

Flynn, Mrs. Robert M. 

Fogg, Alice R. 

Fogg, Robert E. & Irene I. 

Fogg, Robert E. & Irene 
Foley, John C. & Marilyn 

Foley, John M. & Jessie 
Foley. Petronella & 
Marie Connelly 

Forbes, Bertram L. Jr. & 
Polly 

Fortier, Norman W. & 
Marilyn 

Fosburg, Robert L & Euvenza 

Foster, Alice P. 

Foster, George T. 

Foster, Vincent L. & Doris 

Fouts, Gary & Sandra 

Fowler, Thomas B. 



Description and Value 


OF 


< I 


Real and Personal Property 


> 


L 12 School St. 


2,90C 


) 


Bldg 12 School St. 


17,90C 


) 20,800 


llALS/SPemi River 




270 


L 104 Highland St. 


11,15C 


) 


Bldg 104 Highland St. 


4,35C 


) 15,500 


40ALYeatonRd. 


12,94C 


) 


Bldg Yeaton Rd. 


11,00C 


) 23,940 


ISOABellRd. 




5,770 


13A L Tenney Mt Hwy 




3,900 


28ALoff3ASo. 




700 


2A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 


4,80C 




Bldg Tenney Mt Hwy 


30C 


) 5,100 


L Texas Hill Rd. 


4,25C 




Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


4,40C 


) 8,650 


L 20 Warren St. 


8,15C 




Bldg 20 Warren St. 


14,25C 


) 22,400 


L E/S Rte. 3 


11,70( 




Bldg Rte. 3 


17,05C 


) 28,750 


L Langdon Park Rd. 


5,35( 




Bldg Langdon Park Rd. 


26,30( 


) 31,650 


LChiasson Rd. 


6,00C 




Mobile Home Chiasson Rd. 


2,00( 


) 8,000 


L W/S Chiasson Rd. 




4,050 


L 18 Langdon St. 


4,35( 




Bldg 18 Langdon St. 


16,30( 


) 20,650 


22.76ALRte. 3ASo. 




9,900 


L 10 Hawthorne St. 


4,950 


Bldg 10 Hawthorne St. 


15,70( 


) 20,650 


L 20 Pleasant St. 


6,000 


Bldg 20 Pleasant St. 


13,900 19,900 


L Lacourse St. 


3,400 


Mobile Home Lacourse St. 


6,050 9,450 


L 122 Highland St. 


18,800 


Bldg 122 Highland St. 


30,950 49,750 


28.3AL 150 Highland 


52,800 


Bldg 150 Highland St. 


28,800 81,600 


L 180 Main St. 


8,300 


Bldg 180 Main St. 


26,500 34,800 


12ALW/SRte3ASo 


8,050 


Bldg W/S Rte 3A So 


3,650 11,700 


L 14 Broadway 


3,400 


Bldg 14 Broadway 


14,350 17,750 


L Melvin Rd. 




3,000 



23 





Description and Value 


of 


, I 


NAME 






^ < 




Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Fowler, Thomas B. 


Bldg 79 Highland St. 


550 




Bldg 79 Highland St. 


550 1,100 


Fracher, Emma Est of 


L 8 Gould Terrace 


3,050 




Bldg 8 Gould Terrace 


21,250 24,300 


Fracher, Henry 


5.5AL Oak Ridge Rd. 


5,750 




Bldg Oak Ridge Rd. 


24,300 30,050 


Fracher, Henry 


L Cor Thurlow St & 








Oak Ridge Rd. 




3,900 


Fracher, Henry 


lALW/S Circle of Oak 








Ridge Rd. 




350 


Francesco, Louis & Dorothy 


L 32 Merrill St. 


4,500 




Bldg 32 Merrill St. 


21,450 25,950 


Francis, Charles & Gladys M. 


L Loon Lake 


9,100 




Bldg Loon Lake 


10,400 19,500 


Francis, John D. 


Bldg L C. Francis 


1,700 




L S/S Loon Lake 


4,350 




L Rear Loon Lake 


2,100 8,150 


Franusiak, Walter J. & Pauline L 71 Highland St. 


19,000 




Bldg 71 Highland St. 


30,200 49,200 


Frederick, Lawrence C. & 








Carolyn 


HALQuincyRd. 




4,200 


Freeman, Harold C. & Glenn 


L 1 Cummings St. 


4,900 




Bldg 1 Cummings St. 


14,400 19,300 


Freeto, Neale A. & Barbara 


L 7 Pleasant St. 


5,050 




Bldg 7 Pleasant St. 


15,200 20,250 


French, Beatrice & 








Harriet Pray 


L E/S Rte. 3 


7,900 




Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


21,800 29,700 


French, John R. & Hope 


Lot 9 Tenney Mt. Subdiv. 








1/2 Int. 




600 


French, John & Hope 


2A L Melvin Rd. 




1,450 


French, John R. & Hope 


Lot 11 Tenney Mt. Subdiv. 








1/2 Int. 




1,250 


French, John R. & Hope A. 


Lot 10 Tenney Mt. Subdiv. 








1/2 Int. 




1,050 


French, John R. & Hope 


L 8 Garland St. 


4,600 




Bldg 8 Garland St. 


22,150 26,750 


French, John R. & Hope 


800A L Tenney Mt. Ski Area 








1/2 Int. 




55,575 


French, John R. & Hope 


Lot 1 Tenney Mt. Subdiv. 




2,800 


Frey, Robert H. & Joan 


7A L Reservoir Rd. 


6,100 




Bldgs Reservoir Rd. 


20,85C 


) 26,950 


Frontenac Ski Area, Inc. 


68A L W/S Rte. 3 


28,55( 






Bldgs W/S Rte. 3 


47,05C 


) 75,600 


Fuller, Eleamor 


L 38 Merrill St. 


5,40C 


) 1 




Bldg 38 Merrill St. 


15,80C 


) 21,200 1 



24 





Description and Value of 


z 


NAME 






i i 




Real and Personal 


Property 


2 i 

> 


Fysh, Marion L. 


L 39 Pleasant St. 


4,85C 






Bldg 39 Pleasant St. 


12,600 


17,450 


Gadd, Thomas 


38A L E/S Rte. 3 


15,250 






Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


34,650 


49,900 


G&J Precision Sheet Metal 


Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 




17,400 


Gallagher, John & Vivian 


L E/S Rte. 3 


4,050 






Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


14,850 


18,900 


Gallinger, Janice 


L 1 1 Rogers St. 


6,900 






Bldg 1 1 Rogers St. 


29,550 


36,450 


Gangwer Realty, Inc. 


L 103 Main St. 


6,600 






Bldg 103 Main St. 


36,200 42.800 


Gangwer Realty , Inc. 


L 97 Main St. 


16,900 






Bldg 97 Main St. 


115,700 


132,600 


Gardiner, Richard C. & 








Elizabeth 


3AL Texas Hill Rd. 


3,650 






Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


2,750 6,400 


Gargasz, Louis 


L N/S Loon Lake 


3,850 






Bldg N/S Loon Lake 


2,300 






1/2 Int. 




6,150 


Garvey. John 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




5,600 


Geissler, Herman A. & 








Theresa 


Mobile Home Rte. 3A 




4,800 


Geissler, Herman P. 


180ALW/SRte. 3ASo. 


11,070 






Bldgs Rte. 3A So. 


14,000 


25.070 


General Electric Pension Trust L 139 No. Main St. 


16,400 






Bldg 139 No. Main St. 


19,600 


36,000 


George, Gertrude 


L 144 Highland St. 


16,000 






Bldg 144 Highland St. 


13.950 


29,950 


Gibson, Thelma 


Mobile Home Quincy Rd. 




800 


Gilbert, Alfred P. 


L18V^arrenSt. 


3,050 






Bldg 18 Warren St. 


15,800 


18,850 


Gilbert, Mrs. Calvin 


L E/S Rte. 3 


50 






Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


50 






1/20 Int. 




100 


Gilbert, Owen J. 


L 25 Langdon St. 


4,450 






Bldg 25 Langdon St. 


11,300 


15,750 


Gile, James H. & Doris I. 


L 1 Langdon St. 


3,300 






Bldg 1 Langdon St. 


11,550 


14,850 


Gilman, Alice 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




6,650 


Gilman, George & Eleanor 


L 6 Crawford St. 


3,350 






Bldg 6 Crawford St. 


13,800 


17,150 


Gilpatric, David M. & Linda S. 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


3,050 






Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


19,600 


22,650 


Gilpatrick, Edith 


79AL Texas Hill Rd. 


9,730 






Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


4,400 






3.5AL Texas Hill Rd. 


6,650 


20,780 



26 





Description and Value 


OF 


z 


NAME 






f < 




Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Gisler, Joseph & Hedwig 


L Fairground Rd. 


7.950 




Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


18,750 26,700 


Glidden, Norman B. & Agnes 


L 81 Langdon St. 


6,060 




Bldg 81 Langdon St. 


10,300 16,360 


Glover, Harold 


L Texas Hill Rd. 


3,800 




Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


3,500 7,300 


Gonzalez, Rogelio & Susan 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


2,450 




Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


15,800 18,250 


Goodrich, James F. & Evelyn 


L Langdon Pk Rd. 


7,750 




Bldg Langdon Pk. Rd. 


17,000 24,750 


Goulart, Thomas F. & Mary 


L Tamarack Dr. 


9,100 




Bldg Tamarack Dr. 


20,050 29,150 


Gould, Charles A. & Meda 


L Reservoir Rd. 


8,850 




Bldg Reservoir Rd. 


25,900 34,750 


Gould, Charles A. & Meda P. 


L No. Main St. 


5,350 




Bldg No. Main St. 


6,700 12,050 


Grant, Christine S. 


8ALoffN/S Texas Hill Rd. 




1.550 


Grass, James & Esther 


6A L Yeaton Rd. 


7,150 




Bldg Yeaton Rd. 


15,550 22,700 


Graves, Allard M. & Homer 








Trust U/W 


L So. Main St. 


10,800 




Bldg So. Main St. 


32,550 43,350 


Graves, Dorothy 


21AL Parker St. 


10,400 




Bldg Parker St. 


15,600 26,000 


Graves, Sherburn R. 


12.5ALThurlowSt. 




8,300 


Gray, Arthur F. & Marcia 


L 48 Highland St. 


9,000 




Bldg 48 Highland St. 


24,000 33,000 


Gray, Derwood & Diane 


LBinksHillRd. 


2,350 




Bldg Binks Hill Rd. 


10,400 12,750 


Gray, Lewis M. Jr. & 








Elizabeth 


L 68 Pleasant St. 


5,450 




Bldg 68 Pleasant St. 


9,800 15,250 


Green Acre Woodlands Inc. 


997A L Plymouth Mt. 




24,920 


Green Acre Woodlands Inc. 


234A L Tenney Mt. 




5,850 


Green, David & Carol 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




4,850 


Green, Reginald P. & Jane 


L 10 Broadway 


4,550 




Bldg 10 Broadway 


11,150 15,700 


Greene, Milton E. 


L 48 Pleasant St. 


4,400 




Bldg 48 Pleasant St. 


12,450 16,850 


Greenwood, Gladys 


L Beech Hill Rd. 


3,950 




Mobile Home Beech Hill Rd 


2,150 6,100 


Gronquist, Robert E. & 








Sylvelin 


L Silver St. 


9,000 




Bldg Silver St. 


29,050 38,050 


Gross, Clarence E. & Edith 


9A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 




9,750 


Grote, Joseph A. & Rita E. 


L W/S Rte. 3 


28,900 




Bldgs W/S Rte. 3 


96J00 125,200 



26 









z 




Description and Value 


OF 


i F 


NAME 






t 5 




Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Guemple, Betty L. 


38A L Old Hebron Rd. 




11,350 


Guinan, Dorothy Heirs of 


L 80 Highland St. 


10,600 




Bldg 80 Highland St. 


28,800 39,400 


Guinan, Priscilla D. 


L 16 Pleasant St. 


6,600 




Bldg 16 Pleasant St. 


24,050 30,650 


Gutowski, Roy 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




2,000 


Hadley, Stanley 


L 1 Crawford St. 


1,400 




Bldg 1 Crawford St. 


12,000 13,400 


Hale, Robert F. & Beverly 


L 19 Broadway 


4,000 




Bldg 19 Broadway 


26,300 30,300 


Hall, David & Bonnie 


Mobile Home Beech Hill 




3,950 


Hall, David B. & Roberta F. 


4A L E/W Rte. 3A So. 


6,100 




Mobile Home Rte. 3A 


4,700 10,800 


Hall, Dean 


LE/SRte. 3 


50 




Bldg Rte. 3 


50 




1/20 Int. 




100 


Hall, D. Sheldon 


25AL Beech Hill Rd. 


10,130 




Bldg Beech Hill Rd. 


16,000 26,130 


Hall, Mrs. Ellsworth 


L E/S Rte. 3 


100 




Bldg Rte. 3 


250 




1/5 Int. 




350 


Hall, Keith M.& Merry K. 


L Tenney Mt. Lot 3 


4,050 




Bldg Tenney Mt. 


18,150 22,200 


Hall, Samuel G. 


Lot 7 Tenney Mt. 


3,200 




Bldg Tenney Mt. 


17,100 20,300 


Hall, Samuel G. 


Double Chair Lift 








Tenney Mt. 




69,000 


Hall, Samuel G. & Berenice 


Lot 9 Tenney Mt. Subdiv. 








1/2 Int. 




600 


Hall, Samuel G. & Berenice 


Lot 1 1 Tenney Mt. Subdiv. 








1/2 Int. 




1,250 


Hall, Samuel G. & Berenice 


Lot 5 Tenney Mt. Subdiv. 


4,250 




Bldg Tenney Mt. 


21,550 25,800 


Hall, Samuel G. & Berenice 


800A L Tenney Mt. Ski Area 








1/2 Int. 




55,575 


Hall, Samuel F. & Berenice 


Lot 10 Tenney Mt Subdiv. 








1/2 Int. 




1,025 


Hammel, Leonard D. Jr. & 








Carol A. 


L 10 Foster St. 


2,200 




Bldg 10 Foster St. 


10,950 13,150 


Hammel, Leonard L. & 








Gertrude A. 


L Rte. 25 


3,500 




Bldg Rte. 25 


7,950 11,450 


Hammond, Everett G. & 






Norma 


L 7 Batchelder St. 


7,900 




Bldg 7 Batchelder St. 


20,450 28,350 


Hammond, Everett G. 


Iboat 




450 



27 





Description and Value 


of 


z 


NAME 






^ ^ 




Real and Personal Property 


2 ^ 

< 

> 


Hannaford, Frank 


4ALW/SRte. 3 


8,150 




BldgW/SRte.3 


14,950 23,100 


Hanscomb, Walter Heirs of 


lALTexasHillRd. 




1,650 


Hansen, Relma S. 


lOA L Cummings Hill 


8,400 




Bldg Cummings Hill Rd. 


9,250 17,650 


Hansen, Relma S. 


7A L Cummings Hill Rd. 


2,800 




Bldg Cummings Hill Rd. 


500 3,300 


Hanson, Arthur & Elizabeth 


L Thurlow St. 


4,600 




Bldg Thurlow St. 


40,950 45,550 


Hanson, Arthur & Elizabeth 


L Thurlow St. 




2,700 


Hanson, Linda S. 


lAL Smith Bridge Rd. 


3.100 




Bldg Smith Bridge Rd. 


11,750 14,850 


Harding, Harry H. & 








Jessie L. 


L Binks Hill Rd. 


3,050 




Bldg Binks Hill Rd. 


9,600 12,650 


Harrington, Arnold L. & 








Jeanette C. 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


5,450 




Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


14,350 19.800 


Harris Bros. Furniture 








Co., Inc. 


L Railroad Sq. 


3,600 




Bldg Railroad Sq. 


6,550 10,150 


Harris Bros. Furniture 








Co., Inc. 


L So. Main St. 




7,150 


Harrison, James D. & Ida 


L Beech Hill Rd. 


3,050 




Mobile Home 








Beech Hill Rd. 


8,150 11,200 


Hart, John H. & Jeanne C. 


80A L Dick Brown Rd. 


3,340 




Bldg Dick Brown Rd. 


4,200 7,540 


Hart, John H. & Jeanne C. 


20A L Dick Brown Rd. 




1,840 


Hartley, William P. 


3.8A L Binks Hill Rd. 


6,550 




Bldg Binks Hill Rd. 


12,400 18,950 


Haskell, Robert A. & Joyce 


L 151 Highland St. 


18,150 




Bldg 151 Highland St. 


16,900 35,050 


Hass, Anna L. 


L Reservoir Rd. 


3,100 




Bldg Reservoir Rd. 


18,100 21,200 


Hastie, W. Glen & Gladys 


L19WentworthSt. 


3,600 




Bldgl9WentworthSt. 


17,350 20,950 


Hatch, G Cecil 


25A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 








Hatch Plaza 




476,250 


Hatch. G. Cecil 


40A L Highland St. 


18,560 




Bldg Highland St. 


1,800 20,360 


Hatch, G. Cecil 


16 1/2A L N/S Tenney 
Mt. Hwy 




29,750 


Hatch, G. Cecil & Velma 


lAL Highland St. 


10,700 




Bldg Highland St. 


24,100 34,800 



28 





Description and Value 


OF 


z 


NAME 






i < 




Real and Personal Property 


> 


Havlock. Paul & Norma 


Mobile Home New Hebron Rd. 




3,350 


Hawes, Linwood A. & 








Margaret 


L 33 Merrill St. 


5,650 




Bldg 33 Merrill St. 


24,300 29,950 


Heal. Edwin L. & Son Inc. 


L 26 Main St. 


8,950 




Bldg 26 Main St. 


22,250 31,200 


Heal, Edwin L. & Son, Inc. 


L 28 Main St. 


17,250 




Bldg 28 Main St. 


54,450 71,700 


Heal. Edwin L. & Gladys 


3.5A Tamarack Dr. 




20,350 


Heal. Edwin L. & Gladys 


L 140 Highland St. 


40,350 




Bldg 140 Highland St. 


36,400 76,750 


Heal, Edwin L. & Gladys 


L Smith St. 




4,250 


Heal, Edwin W. 


Bldg Smith St. 




15,900 


Heesch, Peter Jr. 


5.6AL Oak Ridge Rd. 




5,450 


Henderson, George F. & 








Georgia 


L 12 Maple St. 


5,700 




Bldg 12 Maple St. 


18,250 23,950 


Hendrick, Peter L. & 








Karen S. 


42AL Texas Hill Rd. 




7,210 


Henry, C. Helen 


L 1 1 Broadway 


4,050 




Bldg 1 1 Broadway 


22,200 26,250 


Hikel. Richard S. 


L W/S Avery St. 




3,650 


Hill. Charles S. & Ingrid 


7A L Reservoir Rd. 




6,100 


Hill, Katherine 


L Rear Fairgrounds Rd. 




800 


Hill, Lawrence F. & 








Marie R. 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


3,450 




Mobile Home 








Fairgrounds Rd. 


3,650 7,100 


Hinds, Bernard & Pheobe 


L 9 Bayley Ave. 


3,150 




Bldg 9 Bayley Ave. 


16,750 19,900 


Hixon, Wilbur G. Jr. & 








Dawn R. 


9A L Binks Hill Rd. 




5,550 


Hoagland, Ha/el 


lOAL Texas Hill Rd. 


8,700 




Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


6,200 14,900 


Hobart, Hazel 


L Thurlow St. 


8,650 




Bid Thurlow St. 


8,500 17,150 


Hobart, Kenneth A. 


LI 13 Main St. 


19,850 




Bldg 113 Main St. 


53,750 73,600 


Hobart, Kenneth A. & Hazel 


3A L W/S Rte. 3 


6,000 




Bldg W/S Rte. 3 


13,750 19,750 


Hodgkins, Willard & Helen 


L S/S High St. 




3,200 


Hofmann, Karl A. & Mary A. 


lALE/SRte. 3 


4,400 




Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


24.250 28,650 


Hogan, James J. & Nancy 


L 16 Merrill St. 


8,800 




Bldg 16 Merrill St. 


17.800 26,600 


Hogan. William E. & Paul F. 


62ALHuntRd. 


7,000 




Bldg Hunt Rd. 


8,500 15,500 



29 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



2 

< I 

^ i 
> 



Holt, Grace 

Holt, Woodbury & Jacqueline 

Homer, Russell S. 

Hopkins, William H. & 
Rachel P. 

Hopkins, William H & 
Rachel P. 

Horn, Melvin F. & 
Elizabeth P. 
Horn, Melvin F. & 
Elizabeth P. 

Ho-Sing-Loy, Vivian & 
Gwendolin 

Houghton, Grace 

Houghton, Harry B. & Alice 

Houston, Ellen Jane 

Houston. Norman J. & 
Rose Marie 

Howard, Alfred A. & Ruth M. 

Howard, Alfred & Ruth 
Howard, Earl L. & Grace 

Howard, Wesley C. Sr. & Dora 

Howes, Forrest C. & Olive 

Howes, Forrest E. & Louise 

Hruby,Albert W. & Ann 
Hubert, Marilyn & Conrad 

Huckins, Charles N. 

Huckins, Edith M. 

30 



L W/S Rte. 3 


550 




Bldg W/S Rte. 3 


2,350 


2,900 


L W/S Rte. 3 


2,050 




Bldg W/S Rte. 3 


6,400 


8,450 


L 35 Merrill Sf. 


5,200 




Bldg 35 Merrill St. 


16,700 


21.900 


13.8AL Oak Ridge Rd. 




7,950 


L 1 7 Broadway 


3,900 




Bldg 17 Broadway 


14,900 


18,800 


20ALYeatonRd. 




13,050 


4/lAL Highland St. 


19,600 




Bldg Highland St. 


24,550 


44,150 


1.9ALRte.3ASo. 


5,300 




Mobile Home Rte. 3A 


5,650 


10,950 


L 75 Pleasant St. 


9,450 




Mobile Home 


5,850 




L Pleasant St. N/S 


2,900 


18,200 


L 13 Main St. 


6,200 




Bldg 13 Main St. 


19,650 


25,850 


L 13 Pleasant St. 


3,200 




Bldg 13 Pleasant St. 


7,350 


10,550 


L 4 Gould Terrace 


1,750 




Bldg 4 Gould Terrace 


13.550 


15,300 


9.5A L Rte. 3A So. 


11,950 




Mobile Home & Bldg 






Rte. 3A So. 


8,700 


20,650 


Mobile Home Rte. 3A 




2,000 


L 8 Foster St. 


2,250 




Bldg 8 Foster St. 


7,850 


10,100 


L 1 1 Pleasant St. 


3,700 




Bldg 1 1 Pleasant St. 


16.500 


20,200 


L 28 Winter St. 


2,700 




Bldg 28 Winter St. 


10,300 


13,000 


L Texas Hill Rd. 


3,350 




Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


12,750 


16.100 


71A L Texas Hill Rd. 




14.650 


L 23 Merrill St. 


3.850 




Bldg 23 Merrill St. 


15.500 


19.350 


L Main St. 


28,900 




Bldg Main St. 


26,600 


55.500 


L 8 Rogers St. 


1.700 




Bldg 8 Rogers St. 


7,300 


9.000 





Description and Value 


OF 


z 


NAME 






? < 




Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Huckins, Hdwin & Norma 


80A L E/S Rte. 3 




15,850 


Huckins, Edwin & Norma 


lAW/SRte. 3 




1,300 


Huckins, Milton W. 


81 A L Rear Great Horse 
Pasture & E/S 1-93 




5,750 


Huckins, Stanley H. & Nina 


24AL Dick Brown Rd. 


3,1.60 




Bldg Dick Brown Rd. 


13,800 16,960 


Huckins, Stanley H. & Nina 


lOAL Dick Brown Rd.& 








River Road 




3,000 


Hunt, Lawrence 


2.4 L Fairgrounds Rd. 


8,100 




Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


12,350 20,450 


Hunter, Michael A. & 








Lenore F. 


L 32 Highland St. 


11,500 




Bldg 32 Highland St. 


27,100 38,600 


Hurme, VeikkoO. & 








Eugenia 


LThurlow St. 


7,400 




BldgThurlowSt. 


24,650 32,050 


Hussey, Harold O. & Harriett 


7ALQuincyRd. 


5,390 




BldgsQuincyRd. 


15,100 20,490 


Hussey, Harold O. & Harriett 


20A L S/S Quincy Rd. 




2,000 


Hussey, Harold O. & Harriett 


55A L N/S rear Quincy Rd. 




1,370 


Hutchins, Beatrice 


LW/SRte.3 


3,050 




Bldg W/S Rte. 3 


9,300 12,350 


Hutchins, Harry R. & 








Shirley F. 


L 35 Pleasant St. 


4,60C 






Bldg 35 Pleasant St. 


17,50C 


) 22,100 


Hutchins. Richard A. 








& Elizabeth 


L 2 Wentworth St. 


3,10C 






Bid 2 Wentworth St. 


15,75C 


) 18,850 


Hutchins, Robert E. & Edith C.4A L E/S Rte. 3 


3,15C 






Mobile Home Rte. 3 


5,75C 


) 8,900 


Hutchins, Royce H. & Barbara 23A L Fairgrounds 


24,65C 






Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


12,35C 


) 37,000 


Inkell, Elva 


L Beech Hill Rd. 


5,15C 






Bldg Beech Hill Rd. 


12,40C 


) 17,550 


Ireland, Chester & Lois 


lALYeatonRd. 


5,750 




Bldg Yeaton Rd. 


20.950 26.700 


Ireland, Chester & Lois 


28AL Reservoir Rd. 




10,380 


Ireland, Chester & Lois 


32A L Fairgrounds Rd. 




800 


Ireland, Chester & Lois 


4.54AL Yeaton Rd. 




5,300 


Ireland Lumber Co., Inc. 


Saw Mill Yeaton Rd. 




9,000 


Jackson, Stanley W. & 








Susan W. 


Lot 1 Pike Hill Est. 




850 


Jackson, Stanley W. & 








Susan W. 


233A L Rte. 3 & Cummings 








Hill Rd. & Thurlow St. 




12,690 



31 







Description and Value 


OF 


z 

i ° 


NAME 








H < 






Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Jackson, Stanley W. 


& 








Susan W. 




26.8A L Pike Hill Rd. 




5,350 


Jackson, Stanley W. 


& 








Susan W. 




Lot 11 Pike Hill Est. 




600 


Jackson, Stanley W. 


& 








Susan W. 




Lot 8 Pike Hill Est. 




350 


Jackson, Stanley W. 


& 








Susan 




Lot 6 Pike Hill Est. 




400 


Jackson, Stanley W. 


& 








Susan W. 




Lot 5 Pike Hill Est. 




800 


Jackson, Stanley W. 


& 








Susan W. 




Lot 7 Pike Hill Est. 




400 


Jackson, Stanley W. 


& 








Susan W. 




Lot 4 Pike Hill Est. 




1,000 


Jackson, Stanley W. 


& 








Susan W. 




Lot 3 Pike Hill Est. 




800 


Jackson, Stanley W. 


& 








Susan W. 




Lot 2 Pike Hill Est. 




1,050 


Jacques, Donald & Claire 


L 29 Russell St. 


4,150 






Bldg 29 Russell St. 


27,450 31,600 


Jacques, Donald N. 


& 








Claire S. 




L 15 Maple St. 


7,000 






Bldg 15 Maple St. 


28,800 35,800 


Jacques, Josephine B. 


L N/S Merrill St. 




2,750 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Bldg E/S Rte. 3 




1,000 


Jacques, Nelson 




L E/S Thurlow St. 


3,000 






Bldg E/S Thurlow St. 


950 3,950 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




82AL Thurlow St. 




28,350 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




35A L Thurlow St. & 
Rte. 3 So. 




5,840 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




14A L Cummings Hill Rd. 




4,690 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




8A L E/S Rte. 3 So. 




2,400 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Lot 2 Jacques Subdiv. 




2,450 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Lot 8 Jacques. Subdiv. 




1,300 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Lot 11 Jacques Subdiv. 




200 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Lot 16 Jacques Subdiv. 




300 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Lot 19 Jacques Subdiv. 




450 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Lot 24 Jacques Subdiv. 




450 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Lot 7 Jacques Subdiv. 




450 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Lot 12 Jacques Subdiv. 




200 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Lot 15 Jacques Subdiv. 




300 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Lot 20 Jacques Subdiv. 




450 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Lot 23 Jacques Subdiv. 




450 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Lot 26 Jacques Subdiv. 




450 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Lot 10 Jacques Subdiv. 




200 


Jacques, Nelson A. 




Lot 17 Jacques Subdiv. 




300 



32 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



Jacques, Nelson A. 
Jacques, Nelson A. 
Jacques, Nelson A. 
Jacques, Nelson A. 
Jacques, Nelson A. 
Jacques, Nelson A. 
Jacques, Nelson A. & Sadie 

Jaquith, Douglas A. & 
Julia 

Jeffers, Alfred 
Jenness, John L. & Clara 
Jenness, Kenneth A. & 
Nellie E. 

Jenness, Kenneth A. & 
Nellie E. 

Jenness, Leslie H. 
Jenness, Leslie H. 
Jenness, Leslie H. 

Jenot, Horace W. Jr. & 
Marcia L. 

Johnson, John 

Johnston, James B. & 
M. Susan 

Jones, Clarence H. 

Jones, Melvin E. & 
Janice M. 



Jones, Newell H. & 
Norma M. Gleason 

Jordan, Albert D. & Louize 

Joyce, Sumner W. & 
Phyllis E. 

Kagakis, Christos 
Kearney, Marcia 



Lot 18 Jacques Subdiv. 
Lot 13 Jacques Subdiv. 
Lot 14 Jacques Subdiv. 
Lot 21 Jacques Subdiv. 
Lot 27 Jacques Subdiv. 
Lot 22 Jacques Subdiv. 
Lot 6 Jacques Subdiv. 
Bldg Jacques Subdiv. 

L Page St. 

Mobile Home Page St. 
Mobile Home Rte. 3 
6AOffRte. 3 1/3Int. 

25AL Texas Hill Rd. 
Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 

20AL Texas Hill Rd. 
18A L rear Atwood Est. 
6ALoffRte. 3 1/3Int. 
lOA L Mitchell & Glenn lots 



L 14 Winter St. 
Bldg Winter St. 
L 7 Crawford St. 
Bldg Crawford St. 

L 27 Russell St. 
Bldg Russell St. 
L Fairground Rd. 
Bldg Fairground Rd. 

L Loon Lake 
Bldg Loon Lake 



L Loon Lake 

Bldg Loon Lake 

L Lacourse St. 

Mobile Home Lacourse St. 

llALQuincyRd. 
Bldg Quincy Rd. 
Mobile Home Rte. 3 
L 55 Langdon St. 
Bldg 55 Langdon St. 



2,450 
16,450 

2,900 
2,300 



5,840 
6,800 



500 
200 
400 
500 
550 
550 

18,900 



5,200 

7,450 

450 



12,640 

1,880 
450 
450 
250 



3,100 
14,150 17,250 

4,500 
17,350 21,850 

2,900 
14,450 17,350 

4,750 
17,400 22,150 

4,700 

3,200 7,900 



3,450 
5,150 
2,300 
9,350 



8,600 
11,650 



24,550 

9,300 33,850 
3,800 

6,050 
14,750 20,800 



33 





Description and Value 


OF 


2 


NAME 






' ? 




Real and Personal Property 


> 


Keeney, Robert L. 








& Jeannette 


L 55 Pleasant St. 


6,150 






Bldg 55 Pleasant St. 


11,950 


18,100 


Kelley, Henry T. Jr. & 








Margaret 


L Tenney Mt. Hwy 


5,400 






Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 


16,500 


21,900 


Kelley, Henry T. and Mary 


14.5A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 


13.300 






Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 


18,550 


31,850 


Kelley, Henry T. 


4A L Rear Smith Bridge Rd. 




5,900 


Kelley, James E. & Arline E. 


L Tenney Mt. Hwy 


8,200 






Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 


27,750 


35,950 


Kelley. James E. & Arline E. 


3 1/2A L Fairgrounds Rd. 




2,500 


Kelley, Est. of Margaret 


L Russell Terrace 


3,000 






Bldg Russell Terrace 


13,400 


16,400 


Kelley, Willis & Carolyn 


2.4A L Smith Bridge 
Mobile Home & Bldg 


4,300 






Smith Bridge Rd. 


10,000 


14,300 


Kelly, Audrey 


L 83 Langdon St. 


4,650 






Bldg 83 Langdon St. 


20,000 


24,650 


Kelsey, Eliza 


L 8 1/2 Rogers St. 


2,350 






Bldg 8 1/2 Rogers St. 


13,050 


15,400 


Kendrick Oil, Inc. 


L E/S Russell St. 


5,050 






Bldg E/S Russell St. 


1,250 


6,300 


Kendrick Oil, Inc. 


Tanks on B&M Land 




2,950 


Keniston, Malcolm L. 


L 7 Garland St. 


4,200 






Bldg Garland St. 


16,050 


20,250 


Keniston, Martha 


25 A L Pike Hill Rd. Morse Lot 




630 


Keniston, Martha 


20AL Pike Hill Rd. 








Swett Lot 




500 


Keniston, Martha 


25.5A Texas Hill Rd. 








Cutter & Russell Lots 




640 


Keniston, Martha 


2L5A Texas Hill Rd. 








Avery-Kendrick-Cayes Lots 




540 


Keniston, Miriam & Rachel 


97ALThurlowSt. 


37,080 






Bldg Thurlow St. 


29,950 


67,030 


Keniston, Miriam & Rachel 


38AL Texas Hill Rd. 




6,150 


Keniston, Miriam & Rachel 


4 1/2AL Texas Hill Rd. 








N/S 




7,200 


Kenneson, Guy 


L Birchwood Dr. 


6,550 






Bldg Birchwood Dr. 


25,400 


31,950 


Kent, David L. & 








Carolyn A. 


L 91 Highland St. 


16,900 






Bldg 91 Highland St. 


25,050 


41,950 


Kenyon, John & Jeanne 


3A L E/S Loon Lake Rd. 




4,200 


Kerr, John D. & Lois E. 


L N/S River Rd. 


3,800 






Bldg N/S River Rd. 


12,250 


16,050 



34 





Description and Value 


OF 


z 


NAME 






f < 




Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Keyworth, J. Gordon 


L 8 Maple St. 


6,350 






BldgSMapleSt. 


18,850 


25,200 


Kidder, Maurice A. 


7A L Rte. 3A So. 


7,350 






Bldgs Rte. 3A So. 


8,600 


15,950 


Kidder, Maurice A. 


3A L W/S Rte. 3A So. 




4,650 


Kidder, Sherwood M. & Carol 


66A L Chiasson Rd. 


15,800 






BldgChiasson Rd. 


16,550 


32,350 


Kidder, Sherwood W, & Carol 


L W/S Chiasson Rd. 




4,450 


Kidder, Sherwood 


1 boat 




150 


Kidney, James B. 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




4,500 


Kilgo,John W. &MaryJ. 


Lot 6 Tenney Mt. Subdiv. 


4,000 






Bldg Tenney Mt. Subdiv. 


20,300 


24,300 


Kimball. Robert H. & 








Vyone P. 


L Smith St. 




5,950 


King, John W. & June 


2A L Cummings Hill Rd. 


4,050 






Bldg Cummings Hill Rd. 


8,950 


13,000 


King, Leonard 


L E/S Rte. 3 


5,900 






Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


10,250 


16,150 


King, Roger F. & Roberta D. 


L 176 Main St. 


15,800 






Bldg 176 Main St. 


14,200 


30,000 


Kinsley, Neil A. & Jeromette 


Mobile Homes Rte. 3A So. 




3,400 


Kivi, Eino and Araminta 


125ALRte. 3ASo. 




19,750 


Klaybor, Margaret 


L E/S Rte. 3 


2,250 






Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


2,000 


4,250 


Klose, Fred W. & Bertha 


12.5A Old Hebron Rd. 


13,800 






Bldg Old Hebron Rd. 


28,550 


42,350 


Klose, Fred W. & Bertha 


60AL Old Hebron Rd. 




4,660 


Klose, Fred W. & Bertha 


50A L Pike Hill Rd. E/S 




1,250 


Klose, Fred W. & Bertha 


50A L Pike Hill Rd. W/S 




1,250 


Klose, Fred W. & Bertha 


30A L Pike Hill Rd. E/S 




750 


Knight, Charles D. & 








Susan P. 


48A L Bell Rd. 


6,450 






Bldgs Bell Rd. 


18,200 


24,650 


Knight, Fred 








& Ed McKenney 


4.6A L E/S Rte. 3A 


8,900 






Bldg E/S Rte. 3A 


14,550 


23,450 


Knowles, Joel B. & Inge H. 


L Woolly Pasture Rd. 




4,000 


Kochellek, Jessie M. 


L Reservoir Rd. 


1,700 






Bldg Reservoir Rd. 


2,550 


4,250 


Koeroghlian, Moses & 








Jeannie 


L 20 Russell St. 


5,200 






Bldg 20 Russell St. 


32,050 


37,250 


Laauwe, James A. & 








Roberta E. 


L Rte. 3A So. 


3,450 






Bldg Rte. 3A So. 


11,500 


14,950 


Lacourse, George A. & Ethel 


L Cookville Rd. 


5,350 






Bldg Cookville Rd. 


11,850 


17,200 



35 





Description and Value of 


z 


NAME 






f < 




Real and Personal 


Property 


2 i 

> 


LaFontaine, Frederick L. & 








Patricia 


L 63 Highland St. 


10.400 




Bldg 63 Highland St. 


20,800 31,200 


LaFontaine Funeral Homes 


t 






Inc. 


L 65 Highland St. 


13,750 




Bldg 65 Highland St. 


62,100 




L Highland St. 


3,100 78,950 


Lambert, Todd W. & 








Deborah S. 


L 4 Cooper St. 


5,450 




Bldg 4 Cooper St. 


16,250 21,700 


Lamere, Blanche 


L69 Langdon St. 


4,150 




Bldg 69 Langdon St. 


12,600 16,750 


Landry, Robert 


1 Boat 




50 


Land/Vest Properties Inc. 


Lot 15 Oak Ridge Rd. 




2,550 


Land/Vest Properties 


Lot 14 Oak Ridge Rd. 




8,950 


Land/Vest Properties Inc. 


Lot 12 Oak Ridge Rd. 




3,000 


Land/Vest Properties Inc. 


Lot 13 Oak Ridge Rd. 




3,750 


Land/Vest Properties Inc. 


Lot 11 Oak Ridge Rd. 




3,250 


Land/Vest Properties inc. 


Lot 10 Oak Ridge Rd. 




3,000 


Land/Vest Properties inc. 


Lot 8 Oak Ridge Rd. 




3,100 


Land/Vest Properties Inc. 


Lot 3 Woolly Pasture Rd. 




2,750 


Land/Vest Properties Inc. 


Lot 4 Woolly Pasture Rd. 




3,000 


Land/Vest Properties Inc. 


Lot 5 Oak Ridge Rd. 




1,950 


Langlois, Edward 


1 Boat 




50 


Largent, John R. Jr. & 








Josephine 


L 12 Cooper St. 


6,350 




Bldg 12 Cooper St. 


15,600 21,950 


Lary, Dale 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




4,300 


Latuch, Marguerite 


L 8 Avery St. 


4,950 




Bldg 8 Avery St. 


3,550 8,500 


Latulippe, Rene Sr. & Rene Jr. 


40ALoff3ASo. 




1,000 


Learned, Clifford 


LN/S O'Brien St. 




11,150 


Learned, Clifford 


L S/S O'Brien St. 




6,450 


Learned, Clifford B. & 








Hazel W. 


L 99 Highland St. 


5,050 




Bldg 99 Highland St. 


11,300 16,350 


Learned, Clifford B. & Hazel 


L 97 Highland St. 


14,000 




Bldg 97 Highland St. 


31,200 45,200 


Learned, Clifford B. & Hazel 


6A L S/S Highland St. 




14,350 


Lenentine, G. Philip & Mary 


LN/STobeyRd. 


13,500 




Bldgs Tobey Rd. 


36,600 50,100 


Lenentine, Guy P. & Mary 


L 4 Merrill Terrace 


10,600 




Bldg 4 Merrill Terrace 


44,200 54,800 


Lenentine, Halston O. & Jean 


L Thurlow St. 


4,200 




BldgThurlowSt. 


27,250 31,450 


Lenentine, Halston O. & Jean 


5A L W/S Thurlow St. 




13,626 



se 









2 


NAME 


Description and Value 


OF 


< I 




Real and Personal Property 


■=> 

H -J 
< 
> 


Lessard, Edgar W.. Jr. 


L 25 High St. 


4,750 






Bldg 25 High St. 


26,900 


31,650 


Lessard, Edgar W., Jr. 


LE/SRte. 3 


35,050 






Bldgs Rte. 3 


21,300 


56,350 


Leverone, Martin & Katherine 


L 1 Randolph St. 


8,150 






Bldg 1 Randolph St. 


33,650 


41,800 


Levoy, Doris 


L31 Merrill St. 


6,050 






Bldg 31 Merrill St. 


15,450 


21,500 


Lewison, Wayne C. & 








Opal L. 


4A L Stony Brook Rd. 


8,400 






Bldg Stony Brook Rd. 


25,25C 


33.650 


Lindridge, Edith 


L Smith Bridge Rd. 


2,550 






Bldg Smith Bridge Rd. 


13,950 


16,500 


Linton, George H. & 








Priscilla 


LN/S Reservoir Rd. 




1,500 


Litchfield, Bryan J. & 








Cynthia 


L 38 Pleasant St. 


2,55C 


) 




Bldg 38 Pleasant St. 


14.800 


17,350 


Little, Henry A. & Marion 


L63 Langdon St. 


4,200 






Bldg 63 Langdon St. 


22,700 


26,900 


Little, Robert H. & Irene 


L E/S Loon Lake 


5,600 






Bldg E/S Loon Lake 


5,550 


11,150 


Ljunggren, Ove William 


4A L Rte. 3A So. 


4,050 






Bldg Rte. 3A So. 


3,050 


7,100 


Ljunggren, Ove William 


4.5A E/S Rte. 3A So. 




3,700 


Ljunggren, Ove William 


4.3ALE/SRte. 3ASo. 




3,500 


Locke, Bert D. & Edna 


L 9 Crawford St. 


2,200 






Bldg 9 Crawford St. 


10,400 


12,600 


Logan, Frank A. & Hilda 


L 12 Broadway 


4,200 






Bldg 12 Broadway 


18,200 


22.400 


Logan, Fred & Amanda 


L 54 Pleasant St. 


6,700 






Bldg 54 Pleasant St. 


10,800 


17,500 


Loizeaux, Suzanne 


L 70 Highland St. 


8,750 






Bldg 70 Highland St. 


24,250 


33,000 


Loizeaux, Suzanne 


L 1 Summer St. 


7,150 






Bldg 1 Summer St. 


27.550 


34,700 


Loizeaux, Suzanne 


L8 Cummings St. 


4,25C 






Bldg 8 Cummings St. 


23,80C 


I 28.050 


Loizeaux, Suzanne 


126 A L S/S Tenney Mt. Hwy 




40.590 


Loizeaux, Suzanne 


lOA L Tenney Mt. Hwy 


33,30C 






Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 


23,55C 


56.850 


Lonergan, Joseph A. & Mary 


L 69 Pleasant St. 


7,150 






Bldg 69 Pleasant St. 


16,850 


24.000 


Long, Joseph & Emma 


7A L Old Rte. 25 


15,650 






Bldg Old Rte. 25 


32,950 


48.600 


Long, Joseph & Emma 


L Highland St. 




1,750 



37 



NAME 


Description and Value 


OF 


fAL 
ftTION 




Real and Personal Property 


2 3 

< 

> 


Loomis, William T. & Altha 


L 44 Langdon St. 


5,350 




Bldg44 Langdon St. 


23,300 28,650 


Loon Lake Conservation 








Assoc, Inc. 


HALChiassonRd. 




2,390 


Lopez, Leonard J. 


L W/S Rte. 3 


1,750 




Bldg W/S Rte. 3 








1/2 Int. 


750 2,500 


Lovett, Ralph 


L 23 Broadway 


7.350 




Bldgs 23 Broadway 


20,100 27,450 


Lowell. Dean 


L E/S Rte. 3 


50 




Bldg E/S Rte. 3 








1/20 Int. 


50 100 


Lowell, Herbert 


L E/S Rte. 3 


50 




Bldg E/S Rte. 3 








1/20 Int. 


50 100 


Lowell, Robert 


L E/S Rte. 3 


50 




Bldg E/S Rte. 3 








1/20 Int. 


50 100 


Lowell, Stanley 


L E/S Rte. 3 


50 




Bldg E/S Rte. 3 








1/20 Int. 


50 100 


Lower Interval Grange 


L E/S Rte. 3 


700 




Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


5,350 6,050 


Lurie, Samuel 6c Ruth 


L 3 Weeks St. 


2.200 




Bldgs 3 Weeks St. 


21,000 23,200 


Lyon. Marian 


5AL Old Hebron Rd. 


9,100 




Bldg Old Hebron Rd. 


9,700 18,800 


MacConnell, William P. & 








Shirley 


L Loon Lake 


3,450 




Bldg Loon Lake 


6,550 10,000 


MacDonald, Alan & Arlene 


L Cummings Hill Rd. 


1,850 




Bldg Cummings Hill Rd. 


4,250 6,100 


MacDonald, John & Joan 


8A L Rte. 3 


5,500 




Bldg Rte. 3 


12,800 18,300 


MacDonald, John J. & 








Kathleen 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




■ 




On Land of Berkland 




650 


MacDonald, Neil 


Mobile Home Texas Hill Rd. 




1,100 


MacDonald, William Jr. & 








Marion 


lOALRte. 3 


25.800 




Bldg Rte. 3 


31,700 57,500 


MacGregor,Caswell E. & 








Mabel 


lOOAL Old Hebron Rd. 


16,460 




Bldg Old Hebron Rd. 


31,800 48,260 


MacKenzie, Malcolm C. & 








Mildred 


L 59 Langdon St. 


4,450 




Bldg 59 Langdon St. 


22,000 26.450 



38 











z 


NAME 


Description and Value 


OF 




< I 




Real and Perfjonal Property 




2 i 

> 


MacLeod, Wendell C. & June 


L 15 Langdon St. 


2.150 






BldglSLangdonSt. 


9,900 


12,050 


MacNeil. Allen K. & Evelyn 


L 24 Russell St. 


5,450 






Bldg 24 Russell St. 


20.200 


25,650 


Macri. Salvatore & Irene 


L E/S Crescent St. 




3,400 


M adore. Percy 


L 15 Wentworth St. 


3,700 






Bldg 15 Wentworth St. 


18,500 


22,200 


Main. Robert E. & Dorothy 


3A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 


43,250 






Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 


46,800 


90.050 


Ma loot", George H. & Francyne 


LBinksHillRd. 


3,700 






Bldg Binks Hill Rd. 


24,600 


28,300 


Manganiello. Stephen 








Romeo &. Betty 


6.5A L Rte. 3A So. 




8,600 


Manita. Alice 


Mobile Home Quincy Rd. 




500 


Mann. Franklin N. 


L 4 Pleasant St. 


8.650 






Bldg 4 Pleasant St. 


31,100 


39,750 


Manni. Angelo & Irene C. 


28A L Dick Brown Rd. 








1/3 Int. 




1,350 


Manni. Arthur & Anne 


L Dick Brown Rd. 








1/3 Int. 




1,350 


Manni. Edward J. & Carol 


L Dick Brown Rd. 








1/3 Int. 




1,350 


Manning, Richard H. & 


8.5 A L Smith Bridge Rd. 


14,550 




Brenda 


Bldg Smith Bridge Rd. 


16,250 


30,800 


Marriott. Robert J. &c Freda A. 


L 2 Silver St. 


6,400 






Bldg 2 Silver St. 


21,300 


27,700 


Marriott, Robert 


1 boat 




50 


Mart el. Alice 


L 10 Rogers St. 


4,400 






Bldg 10 Rogers St. 


14,650 


19,050 


Martin. R. Preston 


42ALN/S River Rd. 


5,450 






BldgsN/S River Rd. 


16,350 


21.800 


Martin. R. Preston 


2ALS/S River Rd. 


3,470 






Bldg S/S River Rd. 


11,150 


14,620 


Martino. Dennis J & 








Mary A. 


L Lacourse St. 


3,000 






Mobile Home Lacourse St. 


4,600 


7,600 


Martino, Peter T. 


L Lacourse St. 


3,000 






Mobile Home Lacourse St. 


6,950 


9,950 


Marzilli. Anthony & Caroline 


L Page St. 


2,850 






Mobile Home Page St. 


5,150 


8,000 


Marzilli, Anthony & Caroline 


Lot 12 Lacourse St. 




2,500 


Marzilli, Anthony 


Mobile Home Lacourse St. 




4,500 


Marzilli, Anthony 


Mobile Home Lacourse St. 




5,150 


Marzilli, Anthony 


Lot 1 1 Lacourse St. 




2,500 


Matthews, Leonard F. & Jean 


L 24 Langdon St. 


4.100 






Bldg Langdon St. 


14,150 


18,250 


Mayer, David L& Anne D. 


333ALHuntRd. 




8,330 



39 





Description and Value of 




Z 



NAME 






i- 


< 




Real and Personal Property 





J 
< 
> 


Mayer, George L. & 








John R. Michels 


L13ThurlowSt. 


4,250 






BldgThurlowSt. 


21,750 


26,000 


Mayhew Funeral Home. Inc. 


L Langdon St. 


5,450 






Bldg Langdon St. 


32.900 


38.350 


Mayhew, James & Eileen 


L 7 Hilltop Dr. 


10,200 






Bldg Hilltop Dr. 


38,850 


49.050 


Mayhew, James F. & Eileen 


L E/S Hilltop Dr. 




1,300 


Mayhew, Kelsie W. & Mabel 


L61 Highland St. 


13.(X30 






Bldg 61 Highland St. 


19,900 


32,900 


Maynard, Evelyn 


L 3 Keeble St. 


3.000 






Bldg 3 Keeble St. 


17,650 


20.650 


Maynard. Wm. & 








Henrietta White 


Bldg Railroad Land 




800 


Mayo, Leo J. & Loraine M. 


L 32 Russell St. 


4,850 






Bldg 32 Russell St. 


21.300 


26,150 


McAulay, Hazel 


L Smith Ave. 


3,150 






Bldg Smith Ave. 


9,900 


13.050 


McCarthy, Thomas P. 


L 22 High St. 


6,550 






Bldg 22 High St. 


26.650 


33,200 


McCormark, Richard S. & 








Janet 


L 5 Hilltop Dr. 


6,750 






Bldg 5 Hilltop Dr. 


39,600 


46.350 


McCoy, F. D. & Julia L. 


L Loon Lake 


3,850 






Bldg Loon Lake 








1/2 Int. 


2,300 


6,150 


McCutcheon. Stanley 


3A L Beech Hill Rd. 




3,800 


McDermand, Robert V. 








Nancy A. 


26AL Texas Hill Rd. 


9,080 






Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


22.000 


31,080 


McDevitt, William J. & Faith 


L Loon Lake 


9,750 






Bldg Loon Lake 


4,000 


13,750 


McElroy, Dorothy W. 


90A L Hunt Rd. 


2,250 






Bldg Hunt Rd. 


15,900 


18.150 


McElroy, Dorothy W. 


50A L S/S Hunt Rd. 




1,250 


McGill, Sheldon R & Miriam 


L 5 Avery St. 


4,650 






Bldg 5 Avery St. 


11,200 


15.850 


McGill, Sheldon R. & Phyllis 


L 6 Gould Terrace 


4,300 






Bldg 6 Gould Terrace 


11.600 


15,900 


McGillicuddy, Edna Samaha 


L 58 Main St. 


4,300 






Bldg 58 Main St. 


28.250 


32.550 


McGlauflin, Samuel G. 


L Fairground Rd. 




19,100 


McGlauflin. Smauel G. 


Lot 2 Fairgrounds Rd. 


9,450 






Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


16,850 


26,300 


McGlautlin. Samuel G. 


Lot 3 Fairgrounds Rd. 




1,500 


McGlautlin. Samuel G. 


Lot 12 Fairgrounds Rd. 




5,950 



40 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



> 



McGIautlin, Samuel G. 
McGlautlin, Samuel G. 

McGlone. Barbara 

Mclver, Fredrick D. 

McKenney, Edgar T. 

McLoud, Charles R. & Lois 

McLoud, Merlond E. 

McLoud, Merlond E. Sr. 

McMenimen, George C. & 
Florence 

McWilliams. Norman B. & 
Micheline 

McWilliams, Richard L& 
Barbara A. 

Mednit, Vina 

Mehrman, Mrs. Robert 

Melzer, Robert G. & Joyce M. 

Melzer, Robert G. & Joyce M. 

Merrill. Leonard O. 

Merrill, Richard L 
Merrill, Russell & Edna 

Merrimack Farmers' 
Exchange, Inc. 

Merritt, William B. & Helen 

Meyer, Alma 

Miclon, Minot & Beatrice 



L Rear Fairgrounds Rd. 
Lot 11 

L Fairgrounds Rd, 
Foundation Lot 1 
Fairgrounds Rd. 
L lOCummings St. 
Bldg 10 Cummings St. 
L 1 Garland St. 
Bldg Garland St. 
L 40 Russell St. 
Bldg 40 Russell St. 
L Fairgrounds Rd. 
Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 
L Chaisson Rd. 
24A L Fairgrounds Rd. 
5A L Fairgrounds Rd. 
Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 

LSI Main St. 
Bldg 51 Main St. 

L Rte. 3 
Bldg Rte. 3 

L 17 Langdon St. 
Bldg 17 Langdon St. 
L 23 Langdon St. 
Bldg 23 Langdon St. 
L 3 Wentworth St. 
Bldg 3 Wentworth St. 
L 33 Winter St. 
Bldg 33 Winter St. 
L 37 Winter St. 
Bldg 37 Winter St. 
L Highland St. 
Bldg Highland St. 
SOALoffRte. 3ASo. 
L 5 Batchelder St. 
Bldg 5 Batchelder St. 

L Railroad Sq. 
Bldg Railroad Sq. 
L Rte. 3A So. 
Bldg Rte. 3A So. 
LW/SI-93 
L off Rte. 3 
Bldg off Rte. 3 



6,300 



1,550 



900 


7,200 


3,000 




15,450 


18,450 


4,050 




25,750 


29.800 


2,900 




20.050 


22,950 


4,600 




15,500 


20.100 


2.350 




11,500 


13,850 


6,700 




9,150 


15,850 


3,450 




16,100 


19,550 


9,750 




24,600 


34,350 


2,450 




10,500 


12,950 


3.900 




15,200 


19,100 


2,650 




14,850 


17,50C 


4,550 




18,700 


23.25C 


2.900 




4,950 


7,85C 


14,900 




11,350 


26,25C 




1,25C 


6.450 




23,850 


30.300 


14,250 




29,800 


44.050 


5,100 




17,750 


22,850 




50 


1,000 




750 


1,750 



41 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



Middlcbrooks. Bobbv L 
cV: Ruth 

Millar. Ruth Ann 
O. A. Miller, Inc. 
Miliigan. John & Lelya 

Minickiello, Antonio & Doris 
Minickiello. Antonio & Doris 

Minickiello, Dario L. & 
Elizabeth J. 

Minickiello, Dario L. & 
Fli/abeth J. 

Minickiello. Faust 

Minickiello, Faust 
Minickiello, Faust & Dario 

Minickiello. Fuast t'v: Dario 

Mitchell, Leonard Heirs of 
Mitchell, Neal D. & Viola M. 

Mobile Oil Corp. 

Monroe, Beryl C. 

Monroe. Larry D. 

Monroe, Reginald & Marjorie 

Moody. Grace P. 

Morrill, Alice C. 

Morris. Thomas L & Dorothy 

Morrison, Ivanetta 

Morrison, Nyleen 



L 6 Rogers St. 
Bldg 6 Rogers St. 
L 12 Rogers St. 
Bldg 12 Rogers St. 
L 150 No. Main St. 
Bldg 150 No. Main St. 
L 137 Highland St. 
Mobile Home cV: Bldg 
137 Highland St. 
L 167 No. Main St. 
Bldg 167 No. Main St. 
L 34 Pleasant St. 
Bldg 34 Pleasant St. 

L 7 Pleasant St. 
Bldg 7 Pleasant St. 

L 13 Russell St. 
Bldg 13 Russell St. 
L5r Russell St. 
Bldg 51 Russell St. 
3A L E/S Rte. 3 
L 45 Main St. 
Bldg 45 Main St. 
L 43 Main St. 
Bldg 43 Main St. 
175A L Texas Hill Rd. 
L 30 Russell St. 
Bldg 30 Russell St. 
L No. Main St. 
Bldg No. Main St. 
lALQuincyRd. 
Bldg Ouincy Rd. 
Mobile Home Qwincy Rd. 
Mobile Home 
Cummings Hill Rd. 
L Highland St. 
Bldg^Highland St. 
L 21 Langdon St. 
Bldg 21 Langdon St. 
L 34 Merrill St. 
Bldg 34 Merrill St. 
L 78 Highland St. 
Bldg 78 Highland St. 
6ALoffE/SRte. 3 
1/3 Int. 



5,550 
17.050 

4.900 
15.450 
31.750 
70.900 
12.050 

13,750 
11.550 
15,400 
5,550 
19,200 

3,450 
29,150 

3,550 
18.500 

6.450 
21.600 

5.650 

36.050 

3.750 

7,300 

4,900 
14,650 
14.450 
16.250 

3,800 
850 



6,250 
14.200 

3.600 
13,100 

5.700 
16.350 
10.600 
24.850 



22.600 

20.350 

102.650 

25.800 
26,950 
24,750 

32.600 

22.050 

28.050 
500 

41,700 

11,050 
16,350 

19.550 

30,700 

4,650 
1.600 

3,650 

20.450 

16.700 

22.050 

35.450 

450 



42 





Description and Value 


OF 


z 


NAME 






* < 




Real and Personal Property 


2 3 

< 

> 


Morse, Charles H. & Marion 


L 50 Merrill St. 


6,050 




Bldg 50 Merrill St. 


26,150 32,2(X) 


Morse, Charles H. & Marion 


L 52 Merrill St. 


3,4(X) 




Bldg 52 Merrill St. 


15,100 18,5(X) 


Morse. Horace & Norma 


L 212 No. Main St. 


2,300 




Bldg 212 No. Main St. 


12,400 14,700 


Morse, Phyllis 


L 12 Cummings St. 


3,050 




Bldg 1 2 Cummings St. 


14,100 17,150 


Morton, Eugene D. &. Patricia 


L 36 Pleasant St. 


3,450 




Bldg 36 Pleasant St. 


11,150 14,600 


Moses, Harold A. ik Sara 


L 14 Cummings St. 


3,000 




Bldg 14 Cummings St. 


16,650 19,650 


Moses, Morton M. & Ella 


L201 No. Main St. 


2,900 




Bldg 201 No. Main St. 


9,800 12,700 


Moses, Roland G. & Janet 


L 1 1 Cummings St. 


3,400 




Bldg 1 1 Cummings St. 


17,250 20,650 


Moulton, Clifton R. & Annie 


LBinksHillRd. 


5,450 




Bldg Binks Hill Rd. 


11,450 16,900 


Mountain Media, Inc. 


Llll Main St. 


6,050 




Bldg 111 Main St. 


44.600 50,650 


Mullen. George D. & Eleanor 


L 1 5 Broadway 


5,100 




Bldg 15 Broadway 


14,350 19,450 


Murgatroy, Bernard B. 


L 26 Merrill St. 


4,400 


& Mabel 


Bldg 26 Merrill St. 


21,950 26,350 


Murphy, Walter L & Joan 








Ross V. & Nancy Deachman 


L21 Highland St. 


19,350 




Bldg 21 Highland St. 


35,000 54,350 


Murphy, Walter L & Joan 


L 1 Guinan Dr. 


6,950 




Bldg 1 Guinan Dr. 


34,050 41,000 


Musiker, Harold R. & 








Barbara R. 


L 18 Merrill St. 


4,000 




Bldg 18 Merrill St. 


19,800 23,800 


Mussi, Joseph 


7.5A L W/S Rte. 3A So. 


14,05C 


) 




Bldg W/S Rte. 3A So. 


4,30C 


) 18,350 


Muzzey, Maurice 


1 boat 




350 


Muzzey, Maurice H. & Elva 


L 229 No. Main St. 


7,10C 


) 




Bldg 229 No. Main St. 


17,35C 


) 24,450 


Muzzey, Wesley & Patricia 


L 5 Foster St. 


5,900 




Bldg 5 Foster St. 


19,650 25,550 


Nassar, Joseph G. & 








Esther F. 


L 105 Main St. 


7,700 




Bldg 105 Main St. 


34,000 41,700 


Naves, Allen L& 








Vivian A. 


L 47 Highland St. 


11,950 




Bldg 47 Highland St. 


24,800 36,750 



43 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



> 



Nelson, Carl E. & Beulah 
Nelson. Hazel 
N.H. Electric Co-op., Inc. 
N.H. Electric Co-op., Inc. 

N.H. Electric Co-op., Inc. 

N.H. Electric Co-op., Inc. 

N.H. Electric Co-op., Inc. 
Newberry Plymouth Corp. 
Newberry Plymouth Corp. 

New England Telephone 

Newton, George C. Jr. & 

Suzanne R. 

Nicosia, Carmelo J. & Nancy 

Nielsen, Niels F. Jr. & 

Louise 

Nims, Barbara 

Nims, Donald & Barbara & 

Joan Tunnell 

Nims, Donald & Barbara & 

Joan Tunnell 

Nine, William G. 

Nobley, Patrick 
Nolan, Dorothy 

Norco Corp. 
Norco Corp. 
Northern N. E. Dist. 
Assembly of God 
Noseworthy, Greta 

Noseworthy, John & Ruth 



40A L Old Hebron Rd. 10,050 

Bldg Old Hebron Rd. 20,850 30,900 

L 42 Langdon St. 3,200 

Bldg42LangdonSt. 10,100 13,300 

1 6A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 1 1 1 ,600 

Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 488,100 599,700 

2A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 36,300 

Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 

Telephone Bldg 203,650 239,950 

Transformer Site 1.500 

L Green St. 1,500 

L Fairgrounds Rd. 4,450 7,450 

L Green St. 3,950 

Bldgs Green St. 10,100 14,050 

Electric Properties 625,400 

Rollins Black Main St. 88,750 

L Main St. 64,100 

Bldg Main St. 

J.J. Newberry Store 339,200 403,300 

L Langdon St. 9,400 

Bldg Langdon St. 145,750 155,150 

76ALThurlowSt. 1,900 

L W/S Chiasson Rd. 4,700 

L Fairgrounds Rd. 5,100 

Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 24.400 29,500 

121 A L Fairgrounds Rd. 25,900 

Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 25,750 51,650 

L S/S Fairgrounds Rd. 2,600 

121 A E/S Chiasson Rd. rear 22,500 

23.6A L Chiasson Rd. 25,000 

Bldg Chiasson Rd. 19,300 44,300 

Mobile Home Rte. 3 5,350 

19ALYeatonRd. 5,550 

L R/D Rte. 3A So. 3,400 8,950 

200A L N/S Fairgrounds Rd. 8,300 

40A L S/S Fairgrounds Rd. 12,000 

Mobile Home Armory Rd. 3,650 

L 25 Merrill St. 5,900 

Bldg 25 Merrill St. 15,200 21,100 

L51 Merrill St. 6,000 

Bldg 51 Merrill St. 29,550 35,550 



44 



NAME 


Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 


TOTAL 
VALUATION 


Noyes, John H. & 










Barbara A. 




L Parker St. 


2,750 








Bldg Parker St. 


23,100 


25,850 


Noyes, William E. & Linda 


6A L New Hebron Rd. 


6,850 








Bldg New Hebron Rd. 


31,800 


38,650 


Noyes, William H. & 


Anyce 


L Parker St. 


4,650 








Bldg Parker St. 


31,300 


35,950 


Noyes, William H & Anyce 


L Loon Lake 


2,950 








Bldg Loon Lake 


2,000 


4,950 


Noyes, William H. & Anyce 


4.5A L N/S Parker St. 




4,150 


Nutting, L. H. 




lOA L off Hunt Rd. 




1,000 


Nutting, Lawrence H 


& 








Mary E. Moody 




80AL N/S Hunt Rd. 




10,450 


Ober, George ill 




Mobile Home Rte. 3 




7,500 


Olmstead, Shirley H. 




L 46 Highland St. 


14,350 




Olsen, George A. & 




Bldg 46 Highland St. 


30,600 


44,950 


Kathleen B. 




L9 Buckland Ave. 


6,050 








Bldg Buckland Ave. 


23.550 


29,600 


Olsen, Richard 




Mobile Home Rte. 3 




4,500 


O'Neill, Robert E. & 










Audrey 




L 17 Warren St. 


2,050 








Bldg 17 Warren St. 


14,150 


16,200 


Orr, Rosamund S. 




21A L Texas Hill Rd. 


13,150 








Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


10,500 


23,650 


Orr, Rosamund S. 




5.3AL Texas Hill Rd. 
Lot 2 Orr Subdiv. 




2,750 


Orr, Rosamund S. 




SAL Texas Hill Rd. 
Lot 1 Orr Subdiv. 




2,700 


Orr, Rosamund S. 




32AL Texas Hill Rd. 


13,450 








Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


950 


14,400 


Orr, Rosamund S. 




1.6AL New Hebron Rd. 




3,100 


Orzano, John 




5A L Highland St. 


34,800 




Otto, Herbert R. & 




Bldgs Highland St. 


35,700 


70,500 


Constance A. 




L 14 Wentworth St. 


3,500 








Bldg 14 Wentworth St. 


16,700 


20,200 


Ouellet, Nena S. 




Mobile Home Rte. 3 




6,450 


Owner or Owners Un 


known 


L N/S Merrill St. 




650 


Owner or Owners Un 


known 


20A S/S Pike Hill Rd. 




500 


Page, Howard & Shirley 


Mobile Home 






Paquette, A.J. & Charlotte 


Fairgrounds Rd. 
L 1 Merrill St. 


7,350 


3,700 






Bldg 1 Merrill St. 


28,850 


36,200 


Paquette, Maurice G 


. & Sylvia 


L S/S Parker St. 


2,750 








Bldgs S/S Parker St. 


18,300 


21,050 



45 





Description and Value 


OF 


z 


NAME 






t < 




Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Parris, Brian F. & Marjorie 


L Crescent St. 


4,550 




Bldg Crescent it. 


17,300 21,850 


Parrott, Richard H. & Beulah 


L 13 Langdon St. 


4,400 




Bldg 13 Langdon St. 


14,350 18,750 


Patterson, Robert & Marilyn 


L Rte. 3A So. 


3,750 




Bldg Rte. 3A So. 


8,700 12,450 


Paul, John 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




3,850 


Pease, Bessie F, 


L Main St. 


14,900 




Bldg Main St. 


117,200 132,100 


Pease, Bessie F. 


L 3 Russell St. 


10,500 




Bldg 3 Russell St. 


33,000 43,500 


Pease, Bessie F. 


8A L W/S Langdon St. 




11,500 


Pease, Bessie F. 


L Cor. Main & Highland 








Sts. 1/2 Int. 




1,750 


Pease, Eva 


L 36 High St. 


2,900 




Bldg 36 High St. 


13,200 16,100 


Pease, Stella 


L Thurlow St. 


3,250 




Bldg Thurlow St. 


17,950 21,200 


Pell, Cecilia A. 


L 83 Highland St. 


9,150 




Bldg 83 Highland St. 


16,100 25,250 


Pelletier, Gerald 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




2,800 


Penii Enterprises, Inc. 


L 18 Highland St. 


18,200 




Bldg 18 Highland St. 


52,750 70,950 


Pemigewasset Broadcasters, 


9.5A L Fairgrounds Rd. 


7,050 


Inc. 


Bldg Fairground Rd. 


2,800 9,850 


Pemigewasset Broadcasters, 


L High St. 


5,800 


Inc. 


Bldg High St. 


17,500 23,300 


Pemigewasset National Bank 


L Rear of Bank Bldg 




3,450 


Pemigewasset National Bank 








Plymouth Guaranty Savings 








Bank 


L Highland St. 


20,150 




Bldg Highland St. 


211,500 231,650 


Pemigewasset National Bank 








Plymouth Guaranty Savings 








Bank 


L Cor. Main & Highland 








Sts. 1/2 Int. 




1,750 


Peoples, Stephen P. 


L 219 No. Main St. 


1,550 




Bldg 219 No. Main St. 


3,900 10,450 


Peoples Stephen P. 


L 1 Pearl St. 


5,100 




Bldg 1 Pearl St. 


13,400 18,500 


Perkins, Lona 


L E/S Rte. 3 


50 




Bldg E/S Rte. 3 








1/8 Int. 


150 200 


Perry, Merle 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




5,250 



46 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



Norman Perry Inc. 

Perry, Raymond S. & 
Constance 

Peters, Dianne 
Peters, Dianne 
Peters, Dianne 
Philbrick, Lillian 

Philbrick, Walter S. & Joan 
Philbrick, Wilbur S. 

Piche, Paul A. & Geraldine 

Pickel, Hollis D. & Claire N. 

Pickering, Ellsworth & Elvira 

Pierce, Lawson D. 

Pike, Morley & Dorothy M. 

Pillsbury, John & Jane D. 

Pinching, Gladys D. 

Pinemere Properties, Inc. 

Pinker, John J. Jr. & 
Virginia 

Piper, Richard M. 
Piper, S. Scott & Janice 

Piper, Susan 

Pittsley. Alva & Velma 

Placentino, Mary 
Plantinga, Thurston M. 

Plume, Bernard 

Plummer, Lillian 



L Railroad Sq. 
Bldgs Railroad Sq. 

L W/S Rte. 3 

Bldgs W/S Rte. 3 

30A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 

85A L Highland St. 

L S/S Tenney Mt. Hwy 

L 1 Broadway 

Bldg 1 Broadway 

17A L Rear Pleasant St. 

L Allen Ave. 

Mobile Home Allen Ave. 

L W/S Rte. 3 

Bldg W/S Rte. 3 

L 13 Broadway 

Bldg 13 Broadway 

L old Rte. 25 

Bldg Old Rte. 25 

L 17 Cummings St. 

Bldg 17 Cummings St. 

34AL Texas Hill Rd. 

Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 
L Thurlow St. 
BldgThurlowSt. 
L 50 Pleasant St. 
Bldg 50 Pleasant St. 
L E/S Russell St. 
Bldg Russell St. 

L21 Broadway 
Bldg 21 Broadway 
Mobile Home Rte. 3 
L Birchwood Dr. 
Bldg Birchwood Dr. 
Mobile Home Rte. 3 
L 209 No. Main St. 
Bldg 209 No. Main St. 
35A L Texas Hill Rd. 
39A L Reservoir Rd. 
Bldg Reservoir Rd. 
L Loon Lake Rd. 
Bldg Loon Lake Rd. 
L Reservoir Rd. 
Mobile Home & Building 
Reservoir Rd. 



13,950 

72,700 

4,250 
10,100 



4,650 
20,900 

3,250 
9,700 
6,900 

22,500 
4,250 

13,550 
1,950 
9.100 
4,450 

18,350 

16.350 

13,150 
'3,850 

31,650 
4,750 
6,400 

14,850 

27,100 

4,300 
21,250 

6,100 
23,300 

2,000 
10,900 

10,950 

12,000 

3,350 

8,750 
2,900 



86,650 

14,350 
28,650 
19,300 
13,500 

25,550 
6,100 

12,950 

29,400 

17,800 

11,050 

22,800 

29,500 

35,500 

11,150 

41,950 

25,550 
5,450 

29,400 
7,500 

12,900 
9,150 

22,950 

12,100 



1,900 4,800 



47 





Description and Value 


OF 


z 


NAME 






t < 




Real and Personal Property 


2 \ 

> 


Plymouth Grange 239 


L off So. Main St. 


3,500 




BldgoffSo. MainSt. 


9,850 13,350 


Plymouth, Guaranty Savings 








Bank 


lOAL Beech Hill Rd. 


11,600 




Bldg Beech Hill Rd. 


16,750 28,350 


Plymouth Masonic Assn. 


L 42 Main St. 


5,100 




Bldg 42 Main St. 


20,700 25,800 


Poelman, Marjorie W. 


L Cummings Hill Rd. 


2,450 




Bldg Cummings Hill Rd. 


6,850 9,300 


Pollard, Luther Est. of 


L 2 Garland St. 


4,000 




Bldg 2 Garland St. 


16,050 20,050 


Pothier, Robert & Celine 


60A L Bell Rd. 




14,160 


Pothier, Robert & Celine 


5.3ALN/SBellRd. 


5,950 




Bldg N/S Bell Rd. 


8,250 14,200 


Potter, Daniel V. & Edna 


L Smith St. 


4,250 




Mobile Home Smith St. 


2,600 6,850 


Potter, Edward S. Jr. & 








Mildred 


L6 Garland St. 


3,950 




Bldg 6 Garland St. 


12,900 16,850 


Powell, Mary E. 


L 6 Foster St. 


3,250 




Bldg 6 Foster St. 


9,150 12,400 


Powers, Howard A. 


L 3 Bayley Ave. 


5,950 


& Lorraine 


Bldg 3 Bayley Ave. 


26,200 32,150 


Powers, Evelyn 


L 4 Wentworth St. 


3,850 




Bldg 4 Wentworth St. 


14,700 18,550 


Prescott, David & Kathryn E. 


L Cummings Hill Rd. 


2,150 




Mobile Home 








Cummings Hill Rd. 


4,500 6,650 


Prichard, Reno W. & Joy 


L Highland St. 


18,550 




Bldgs Highland St. 


22,350 40.900 


Proulx, Charles J. & Esther 


L 5 Court St. 


6,750 




Bldg 5 Court St. 


19,700 26,450 


Pruneau, Arthur L. 


Ilk L Pike Hill Rd. 


10,850 




Bldg Pike Hill Rd. 


1,200 12,050 


Public Service of N. H. 


Poles & Transmission Lines 




127,650 


Puffer, Albert S. 


L 98 Highland St. 


3,900 




Bldg 98 Highland St. 


17,050 20,950 


Purvis, John L. & Doris 


Lot 4 Tenney Mt. 


4,100 




Bldg Tenney Mt. 


20,950 25.050 


Putnam, Frances W. 


L 131 Highland St. 


22,500 




Bldg 131 Highland St. 


39,450 61,950 


Quinn, James H. & Frances 


1.9AL Oak Ridge Rd. 


5,200 




Bldg Oak Ridge Rd. 


29,400 34,600 


Ouinn, John R. & 








Patricia F. 


L 3 Langdon St. 


7,900 




Bldg 3 Langdon St. 


10,050 17,950 



48 





Description and Value 


OF 


z 


NAME 






* ? 




Real and Personal Property 


> 


Racette, Norniand R. & 








Priscilla 


L 5 Bayley Ave. 


6,100 






Bldg 5 Bayley Ave. 


30,700 


36,800 


Radcliff, Bert 


30A L Pike Hill Rd. 




6,000 


Ramsey, George Mrs. 


L E/S Rte. 3 


39,450 


61.950 




Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


50 






1/8 Int. 


150 


200 


Ramsay, Ronald G. & Sandra 


L 1 1 Hawthorne St. 


5,800 






^ Bldg 1 1 Hawthorne St. 


20,050 


25.850 


Ramsay, Ronald G. & Sandra 


] L 9 Hawthorne St. 


8,950 






1 Bldg 9 Hawthorne St. 


13,200 


22,150 


Ramsay, Ronald & Peter 








Pilgrim 


L N/S Pleasant St. 




3,250 


Ramsay, Sherburn C. Jr. 


L 65 Pleasant St. 


10,500 






Bldg 65 Pleasant St. 


17,150 


27,650 


A.M. Rand Co. 


L 67-69 Main St. 


9,600 






Bldg 67-69 Main St. 


91,950 


101,550 


A.M. Rand Co. 


LW/SRte.3 


21,950 






Bldg W/S Rte. 3 


1,450 


23,400 


A.M. Rand Co. 


L Rear of Rand's Store 




7,050 


Rand, Marcus & Eleanor- 


L 86 Langdon St. 


6,600 




David & Paula Reuben 


Bldg86LangdonSt. 


21,450 


► 28.050 


Rand, MarthaA. 


L 77 Pleasant St. 


5,450 






Bldg 77 Pleasant St. 


28.050 


33.500 


Rand, Olive E. 


L 32 High St. 


8.650 






Bldg 32 High St. 


29,550 


1 38.200 


Rand, Olive, Robert, Watson & 








Eleanor Dolloff 


LMain St. 


26,300 






Bldg Main St. 


167,850 


1 194,150 


Rand, Olive, Robert, Watson & 








Eleanor Dolloff 


L Highland St. 




4,350 


Rand, Robert H. & Juliet 


L Rear Highland St. 


12,450 






Bldg Highland St. 


28,400 


I 40.850 


Rand, Robert & Watson 


L Rear Main St. 


8,500 




Bldg Main St. 


13,800 22,300 


Rand, Watson A. & Robert H. 


6.68AL N/S Highland St. 








& Tamarack Dr. 




21,700 


Rand, Watson A. & Erma 


L 52 Highland St. 


10,100 






Bldg 52 Highland St. 


31,750 


) 41,850 


Ray, Florence M. 


L 75 Highland St. 


8,700 






Bldg 75 Highland St. 


15,850 


> 24,550 


Ray, George T. Jr. & 








Doris 


L 182 No. Main St. 


9,350 






Bldg 182 No. Main St. 


23,600 


1 32,950 


Ray, Robert E. & Janice 


lALS/SRte3A 


2,950 






Bldg S/S Rte. 3A 


11,850 


► 14,800 


Raymond, Chester Est. of 


lOOALoffW/SRte. 3ASo. 




13,050 



49 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



Raymond, Edward 
Raymond, Frank Est. of 
Raymond, Kenneth 
Raymond, Ronald E. 
Raymond, William P. 

Reader, Robert & Phyllis 



Recos, Gabriel & Virginia 

Reed, Clarence J. 

Reneau, Joseph H. Jr. 
Renzi, Robert S. & 
Barbara A. 



Rhines, Robert C. & 
Constance 

Ricci, Anthony J. & 
Frances M. 



Richelson, Irwin & Evelyn 

Richelson, Julius, Irwin & 
Elma Mehrman 

Riess, Paul & Ellen J. 

Riley, James E. & Phillip 
M. Cail 

Ritchie, Donald J & Virginia 

Ritchie Donald J. & Virginia 

Riverbrook Trust Drucker Co. 

Riverbrook Trust Drucker Co. 

Riverbrook Trust Drucker Co. 
Riverbrook Trust Drucker Co. 

Riverside Lands Inc. 



Mobile Home Rte. 3A 
35A L W/S Rte 3A So. 
6ALE/S River Rd. 
L W/S Rte 3A So. 
L 4 Pearl St. 
Bldg 4 Pearl St. 
L Lacourse St. 
Mobile Home 
Lacourse St. 
L 19 Russell St. 
Bldg 19 Russell St. 
LSI Langdon St. 
Bldg 51 Langdon St. 
1.5ALS/S River Rd. 

L Lacourse St. 
Mobile Home 
Lacourse St. 

L 43 Pleasant St. 
Bldg 43 Pleasant St. 

L Lacourse St. 
Mobile Home 
Lacourse St. 
L 8 Randolph St. 
Bldg 8 Randolph St. 
L Randolph St. 

L 149 Main St. 
Bldg 149 Main St. 
L W/S Rte. 3A So. 
Bldgs Rte. 3A So. 

L E/S Rte. 3A So. 
L Loon Lake Rd. 
Bldg Loon Lake Rd. 
L Loon Lake Shore 
Bldg Loon Lake Shore 
Bldg Hatch Plaza 
Food Town 
Bldg Hatch Plaza 
Ames Store 
Bldg Hatch Plaza 
Bldg Hatch Plaza 
Gas Station 
44A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 



4,450 

16,900 

3,000 

8,700 
4,900 

30,000 
3,800 

19,000 



8,350 
15,000 

3,200 

1,750 

6,300 

26,450 

5,700 

8,800 
47,800 
19,300 
30,850 



2,800 

7,650 

14,000 

2,850 



5,200 

7,270 

4,350 

950 

21,350 



11,700 

34,900 

22,800 
3,100 



2,850 

5,200 8,050 



23,350 

4,950 

38,450 

56,600 

50,150 

2,200 

10,450 

16,850 

277,900 

599,900 
288,550 

4,500 
60,000 



50 





Description and Value 


OF 


2 



NAME 






H < 




Real and Personal Property 


> 


Riverside Lands Inc. 


62A S/S Fairgrounds Rd. 




40,100 


Roberts, Edmund L. & Rose 


L Yeaton Rd. 


3,350 






BldgYeatonRd. 


7,800 






L S/S Yeaton Rd. 


1,350 


12,500 


Robertson, Dorothy 


Mobile Home 








Fairgrounds Rd. 




5,300 


Robertson, Douglas L & 








Phyllis 


L 4A Weeks St. 


5,000 






Bldg4A Weeks St. 


23,650 


28,650 


Robie, Adrian 


Mobile Home 








Smith Bridge Rd. 




5,700 


Robie, Kenneth E. & Elaine 


40A L Smith Bridge 


6,900 






Bldg Smith Bridge Rd. 


18,200 


25,100 


Robie. Kenneth E. & Elaine 


L N/S Tenney Mt. Hwy 




300 


Robie, Kenneth E. & Elaine 


L N/S Tenney Mt. Hwy 




300 


Rodean, F. Glynn & Patricia 


L 73 Highland St. 


7,950 






Bldg 73 Highland St. 


24,450 


32,400 


Rohrborn, Robert & John 








Jones 


6.75 LBinks Hill Rd. 


8,250 






Bldg Binks Hill Rd. 


10,600 


18,850 


Romano, Marjorie A. & 








Anthony J. Jr. 


12ALoffE/SRte. 3 




2,100 


Romprey, Alexas P. & Justine G. 2.5A L Reservoir Rd. 


6,450 






Bldg Reservoir Rd. 


15,500 


21,950 


Romprey, John 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




5,150 


Ross, Eugene W. & Constance 


L 8 Crawford St. 


2,650 






Bldg 8 Crawford St. 


12,650 


15,300 


Roy, Clement 


1 Boat 




350 


Roy, Thomas W & Carol 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


4,400 






Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


19,600 


24,000 


Russell, Alton & Doris 


L W/S Rte. 3 


2,300 






Bldg W/S Rte. 3 


12,750 


15,050 


Ryea, Lawrence H. 


3A L River Rd. 


4,800 






Bldg River Rd. 


9,000 


13,800 


Saliba, Moses 


L Highland St. 


14,850 






Bldg Highland St. 


47,650 


62,500 


Saliba, Moses 


L 73 Main St. 


3,900 






Bldg 73 Main St. 


35,650 


39,550 


Saliba, Moses 


L 77 Main St. 


4,300 






Bldg 77 Main St. 


50,300 


54,600 


Samaha, Irene 


L 16 Highland St. 


8,450 






Bldg 16 Highland St. 


27,450 


35,900 


Samaha, Louis Store 


L 137 Main St. 


11,400 






Bldg 137 Main St. 


62,100 


73,500 


Samaha, Madeline 


L 40 So. Main St. 


6,300 






Bldg So. Main St. 


21,100 


27,400 


Samaha, Madeline 


lOOAL Pike Hill Rd. 




2.500 



51 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



Sanborn, John G. & Nance F. 


Lot 6 Colbath Subdiv. 


5,850 






Bldg Colbath Subdiv. 


13,650 


19,500 


Sanders. Seymour & Ruth M. 


L Loon Lake 


7,650 






Bldg Loon Lake 


7,750 


15,400 


Sanel Realty Co., Inc. 


L 219 So. Main St. 


12,200 






Bldg 219 So. Main 


79,750 


91.950 


Sanford, RoyJ&Etta 


5A L Dick Brown Rd. 




1,400 


Sargent, Frances 


L 6 Pleasant St. 


3,550 






Bldg 6 Pleasant St. 


13,050 


16,600 


Sargent, Kenneth M. & Ruby T 


L Allen St. 


5,300 






Mobile Home Allen St. 


1,750 


7,050 


Sargent, Leslie B. Jr. 


Bldg Rte. 3 




550 


Sargent. Roniilla Heirs of 


L E/S Rte. 3 


7,400 






Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


15,550 


22,950 


Sargent, Ruth F. 


L E/S Rte 3 


3,250 






Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


14,700 


17,950 


Sawyer, Leonard S. & 








Caroline 


L 13Cummings St. 


3,950 






Bldgs 13 Cummings St. 


18,100 


22,050 


Sceva Speare Medical Park Inc. 


Bldg 19 Avery St. 




243,050 


Scholfield,RayF. 


lOA LLoon Lake 




10,300 


Scholfield,RayF. 


L Loon Lake 


2,250 






Bldg Loon Lake 


6,300 


8,550 


Scott, David A. & Barbara 


L 6 Winter St. 


3,400 






Bldg 6 Winter St. 


17,300 


20,700 


Scott, John W.& Mary J. 


L 10 Randolph St. 


6,400 






Bldg 10 Randolph St. 


23,350 


29,750 


Searles, Gloria 


L 7 Webster St. 


5,500 






Bldg 7 Webster St. 


31,200 


36,700 


Searles, Gloria 


L 29 Langdon St. 


5,150 






Bldg 29 Langdon St. 


15,600 


20,750 


Searles, Gloria 


Mobile Home Quincy Rd. 




1,600 


Sears, Madison W. 


lOALrearE/SRte. 3 




5,400 


Sears, Madison W. 


L W/S Page St. 




2,600 


Sears, Madison W. & Natalie 


L 26 Winter St. 


4,600 






Bldg 26 Winter St. 


11,400 






L E/S Winter St. 


1,350 


17,350 


Seguin, Henry 


12AL Reservoir Rd. 


3,540 






2 A L Reservoir Rd. 


2,650 






Bldg Reservoir Rd. 


650 


6,840 


Shanker, Benjamin H & 








Gwendolyn 


L 7 Rogers St. 


12,500 






Bldg 7 Rogers St. 


33,500 


46,000 


Sencabaugh, L. Paul & 








Deborah 


7A L Fairgrounds Rd. 


9,950 






Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


20,000 


29,950 



52 





Description and Value of 


z 


NAME 






' i 




Real and Personal 


Property 


2 i 

> 


Shaw, Katherine R. 


L 8 Pleasant St. 


3,700 




Bldg 8 Pleasant St. 


21,800 25,500 


Shelton. Philo S. & Carolyn 


L Loon Lake 


7,200 




Bldg Loon Lake 


4.000 11,200 


Sherburn, Harold G. Sr. & 








Lavenia 


24A L Rte. 3A No. 


11,150 




Bldg Rte. 3A No. 


11,800 22,950 


Sherburn Harold G. Jr. & 








Ruth 


L 135 Highland St. 


9,950 




Bldg 135 Highland St. 


10,500 20,450 


Sherman. Dean F. & Meredith 


L 7 Bayley Ave. 


4,650 




Bldg TBayley Ave. 


22,000 26,650 


Sherman. Leon E. & Myra 


L 28 High St. 


5,450 




Bldg 28 High St. 


19,850 25,300 


Sherman, Myra 


L 30 High St. 


4.550 




Bldg 30 High St. 


24,100 28.650 


Shoff. Carl L. & Nancy L. 


L 25 Pleasant St. 


4,400 




Bldg 25 Pleasant St. 


15,600 20,000 


Shortt, Leland P. & Regena 


LW/SRte. 3 


14,300 




Bldg W/S Rte. 3 


10,750 25,050 


Shulkin, Arthur &. Jean 


23A L Fairgrounds Rd. 


7,440 


- 


-Mobile Home 


900 8,340 


Silver. Gertrude 


L5 Summer St. 


9,750 




Bldg 5 Summer St. 


30,050 39,800 


Simoneau. Marie 


L 5 Bridge St. 


2,300 




Bldg 5 Bridge St. 


24,900 27,200 


Simpson, Edna P. 


L 3 Crawford St. 


2,800 




Bldg 3 Crawford St. 


11,500 14,300 


Sippell, Edith 


L W/S Rte. 3 


5,100 




Bldg W/S Rte. 3 


14,000 19,100 


Sirrine, George E. & N. 








Louise 


7A L Rte. 3A So. 


10,100 




Bldg Rte. 3A So. 


7,400 17,500 


S K Enterprises, Inc. 


L Tenney Mt. Hwy 


29,650 




Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 


10,650 40,300 


Slate, Robert I & 








Jacelyn 


20A L Loon Lake 


14,150 




L Loon Lake 


9,450 




Bldg Loon Lake 


6,450 30,050 


Sleeper. Louis 


Bldgs Texas Hill Rd. 




4,400 


Sleeper. Louis A. & Alma 


L Highland St. 


7,850 




Bldg Highland St. 


3,200 11.050 


Sleeper. Louis A. & Alma 


2AL Texas Hill Rd. 


3,850 




Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


6,500 10,350 


Sleeper. Wendell 


12AL Texas Hill Rd. 


9,800 




Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


2,150 11,950 


Sliva. Stanley M. & Patricia 


lOAL Texas Hill Rd. 




1.900 



53 





Description and Value 


OF 


z 



NAME 






H < 




Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Smart, Mary Elizabeth 


36A L E/S Rte. 3 


10,950 




BldgElSRte. 3 


33,700 44,650 


Smialek, Donald & Louise 


L 42 Russell St. 


3,45C 


) 




Bldg 42 Russell St. 


12,75C 


) 16,200 


Smialek, Jennie 


L 14 Cooper St. 


9,70( 


) 




Bldg 14 Cooper St. 


13,00( 


) 22,700 


Smialek, Jennie 


Mobile Home Avery St. 




3,300 


Smialek, Jennie 


8.69AL rear Pleasant St. 




3,150 


Smith, Denzil J. & Shirley 


LBinksHillRd. 


4,50( 


) 




Bldg Binks Hill Rd. 


21,000 25,500 


Smith, Evelyn 


90A L E/S Rte.3A So. 




6,610 


Smith, Evelyn 


20A L Rte. 3A So. 




9,690 


Smith, E. James & Frances C. 


4AL100TobeyRd. 


6,900 




Bldg 100 TobeyRd. 


24,000 30,900 


Smith, Florence 


L 3 Pearl St. 


4,350 




Bldg 3 Pearl St. 


18,150 22,500 


Smith, Gertrude 


L 58 Langdon St. 


6,150 




Bldg 58 Langdon St. 


14,950 21,100 


Smith, Gordon W. & Janice 


2.5A L E/S Rte. 3 


5,800 




Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


14,45C 


) 20,250 


Smith, Gordon W. 


1 Boat 




350 


Smith, Marion P. 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




5,550 


Smith, Norman K. 


L 19 Maple St. 


5,600 




Bldg 19 Maple St. 


27,950 33,550 


Smith, Richard 


14A L Reservoir Rd. 


13,10( 


) 




Bldg Reservoir Rd. 


20,00( 


) 33,100 


Smith. Richard 


135ALS/S Reservoir Rd. 




29,370 


Smith, Richard 


Lot 17 Smith St. 




300 


Smith, Richard 


Lot 16 Smith St. 




1,050 


Smith, Richard 


Lot 15 Smith St. 




1,550 


Smith, Richard 


L Reservoir Rd. 




4,000 


Smith, Richard 


20A L Pike Hill Rd. 


50C 


) 




Bldg Pike Hill Rd. 


60C 


) 1,100 


Smith, Richard 


50A L Pike Hill Rd. 




1,250 


Smith, Richard 


75AL Pike Hill Rd. 




1,880 


Smith, Richard 


HAL Bell Rd.& 








Pike Hill Rd. 




5,930 


Smith, Richard 


70A L Pike Hill Rd. 




1,750 


Smith, Richard 


Lot 13 Smith St. 




1,550 


Smith, Richard 


Lot 14 Smith St. 




1,900 


Smith, Richard R. & Roberta E 


.. L 37 High St. 


4,00C 


) 




Bldg 37 High St. 


18,90C 


) 22.900 


Smith, Stephen W. & 








Dorothy 


LI 15 Highland St. 


18,50C 


) 




Bldgs 115 Highland 


48,50C 


) 67,000 


Smith, Stephen W. & 








Dorothy 


Lot 1 Highland St. 




1,350 



54 





Description and Value 


of 


z 


NAME 






* ? 




Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Smith, Stephen W. & 








Dorothy 


Lot 3 Highland St. 




1,400 


Smith, Stephen W. & 








Dorothy 


Lot 4 Highland St. 




1,450 


Smith, Stephen W. & 








Dorothy 


Lot 2 Highland St. 




1,500 


Smith, Stephen W. & 








Dorothy 


Lot 6 Highland St. 




1,900 


Smith, Stephen W. & 








Dorothy 


Lot 7 Highland St. 




2,000 


Smith, Stephen W. & 








Dorothy 


Lot 5 Highland St. 




2,350 


Smith, Stephen W. & 








Dorothy 


5.5A L Maple St. 




6,950 


Smith, Stephen W. & 








Dorothy 


Lot 8 Highland St. 




11,450 


Smith, Stephen W. & 








Dorothy 


L Maple St. 




1,800 


Smith, Walter P. & Marylon 


L 5 Garland St. 


4,25C 






Bldg 5 Garland St. 


24,40C 


) 28,650 


Smith, Wendell A. & Blanche 


L Texas Hill Rd. 


3,15C 






Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


10,35C 


) 13,500 


Smith, Wendell A. & Blanche 


L Loon Lake 


6,00C 






Bldg Loon Lake 


2,65C 


) 8,650 


Sorrell, David W. & Bessie 


L E/S Rte. 3 


1,95C 






Bldgs E/S Rte. 3 


3,50C 


) 5,450 


Sorrell, David & Bessie 


116A L Fairgrounds Rd. 


19,20C 






Bldgs Fairgrounds Rd. 


16,95C 


) 36,150 


Sorrell, David & Bessie 


L Page St. 




2,600 


Sorrell, David & Bessie 


L Cor Page St. & 








Fairgrounds Rd. 




2,300 


Soule, Charles N. & Susanne 


13A L Texas Hill Rd. 
Mobile Home 


7,40C 


) 




Texas Hill Rd. 


3,75C 


) 11,150 


South Main Service, Inc. 


L So. Main St. 


16,45C 






Bldg So. Main St. 


19,05C 


) 35,500 


Spain, Michael J. & 








Marie J. 


L12WentworthSt. 


3,90( 






Bldgl2WentworthSt. 


19,40( 


) 23,300 


Spaulding, Dayton & 








Concepcion 


L 7 Randolph St. 


5,15( 






Bldg 7 Randolph St. 


31,80( 


) 36,950 


Spaulding, Philip D. 


L 1 Armory Rd. 


6,15( 






Bldg 1 Armory Rd. 


23,05( 


) 29,200 


Speckman, Alfred & Audrey 


7AL off Dick Brown Rd. 




1,700 


Fred H. Speed, Inc. 


Bldgs Rear Main St. 




3,500 


Fred H. Speed, Inc. 


Bldgs Railroad Sq. 




3,000 



55 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



Spencer, Arnold W. & Evelyn 
Spencer. James & Ilene 



3.6A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 
Mobile Home 
Fairgrounds Rd. 
Spohrer. Thelma A. Life Tenant lOA L Tenney Mt. Hwy 

Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 
L Tenney Mt. Hwy 
18AL Highland St. 
Bldgs Highland St. 



Spohrer, Thelma A. Life Tenant 
Sprague Electric Co. 



St. Clair, Edward J. & 
Marion P. 

St. Pierre, Howard 
Staples, Beatrice 

State Fair 

State Fair 

Stearns, Joseph & Marilyn 

Steele, George Heirs of 

Stein, Charles A. & Ann 

Steinman, Leo, Betty Cowan & 
Ruth Lurie 

Steinman, Leo, Betty Cowan & 
Ruth Lurie 

Steinman, Leo, Samuel & Ruth 
Lurie 

Steinman, Leo, Betty Cowan & 
Ruth Lurie 

Sterling, Manuel M. & Gloria 

Stevens, Caroline R. 

Stevens, Caroline R. 

Stevens, Roland E. & Edith 

Stevens, Ronald 

Stewart, Alec W. & Ellen V. 



L Loon Lake Rd. 

Mobile Home Loon Lake 

Mobile Home Rte. 3 

2.79ALQuincyRd. 

Bldg Quincy Rd. 

33A L Fairgrounds Rd. 

Bldgs Fairgrounds Rd. 

L Rear S/S Fairgrounds Rd. 

L 1 Keeble St. 

Bldg 1 Keeble St. 

L 66 Highland St. 

Bldg 66 Highland St. 

HALRte. 3ANo. 

Bldg Rte. 3A No. 

L 153 Main St. 
Bldg 153 Main St. 

L Weeks St. 
Bldg Weeks St. 

L 5 Weeks St. 
Bldg 5 Weeks St. 

LE/S Weeks St. 
Bldgs E/S Weeks St. 
L Thurlow St. 
Bldg Thurlow St. 
98A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 
Bldgs Tenney Mt. Hwy 
1 14A L Tenney Mt. Hwy 
Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 
L Chiasson Rd. 
Bldgs Chiasson Rd. 
L E/S Chiasson Rd. 
L E/S Rte. 3 
Bldg E/S Rte. 3 



17,500 
44,650 

111,250 
248,900 

5,800 
2,250 

4,750 
14,550 
28,950 
14,650 

2,800 
12,800 
10,000 
17,100 

7,500 
16,250 

14,400 
59,200 

3,750 
16,450 

5,650 
25,350 

3,950 

4,350 

5,450 

31,050 

47,400 

31,250 

22,010 

350 

2,850 

11.000 

4,150 
13,150 



7,400 

4,450 

62,150 
3,550 

360,150 

8,050 
6,800 

19,300 

43,600 
200 

15,600 

27,100 

23,750 

73,600 

20,200 

31,000 

8,300 

36,500 

78,650 

22,360 

13,850 
2,800 

17,300 



56 





Description and Value 


OF 


z 

i ° 


NAME 










Real and Personal Prop 


ERTY 


2 3 

< 
> 


Stewart, Alvin 


L Loon Lake 


5,950 




Bldg Loon Lake 


4,200 10,150 


Stewart, Richard A. & Aloise 


L Loon Lake 


3,650 




Bldg Loon Lake 


5,800 9,450 


Stiles, John F.& Maud 


7A L Fairgrounds Rd. 


6,050 




Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


10,500 16,550 


Stimson, Wm. H. 


31ALoffHuntRd. 




780 


Stone, Philip & Marguerite 


L Loon Lake 


2,70C 






Bldg Loon Lake 


1,80C 


1 4,500 


Storer, Patricia 


L50TobeyRd. 


5,25C 






Bldg 50 Tobey Rd. 


19,55C 


) 24,800 


Stormont, Donald R. & Edna 


L 18 Emerson St. 


7,90C 






Bldg 18 Emerson St. 


25,95C 


) 33,850 


Straw, David E. & 








Patricia A. 


L141 Highland St. 


5,70C 






Bldg 141 Highland St. 


15,25C 


) 20,950 


Strickland, David L. & 








Jo Anne 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


5,00C 


) 


Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


19,450 24,450 


Stuart, Wallaces. & 








Marlene 


L 33 Russell St. 


4,55C 


) 




Bldg 33 Russell St. 


13,80( 


) 18,350 


Stuhlmann, Eleanor M. & 








Janet Conway 


LThurlow St. 


3,250 




BldgThurlowSt. 


9,950 13,200 


Sullivan, Nora 


13A L Loon Lake Rd. 


10,520 




Bldg Loon Lake Rd. 


3,400 




77A L Loon Lake Rd. 


12,900 26,820 


Sullivan, Walter P. & 








HeleneG. 


L 37 Merrill St. 


3,450 




Bldg 37 Merrill St. 


13.400 16,850 


Sunshine Laundries, Inc. 


L 25 Main St. 


17,100 




Bldg 25 Main St. 


19,650 36,750 


Sunshine Laundries, Inc. 


Bldg 21 Main St. 




16,550 


Sunshine Laundries, Inc. 


Bldg 23 Main St. 




8,850 


Suratteau, Andre L. & Anne 






M. 


L W/S Rte. 3A So. 


6,400 




Bldg W/S Rte. 3A So. 


16,800 23,200 


Sutherland, Kenneth I. & 








Phyllis 


L 14 Maple St. 


8,250 




Bldg 14 Maple St. 


23,100 31,350 


Sutherland, Robert E. & Lucy 


2A L W/S Rte. 3 


7,050 




Bldg W/S Rte.3 


19,500 26,550 


Sw^ales, George & 








Frank Salamone 


l.SALRte. 3ASo. 




3,750 



67 





Description and Value 


OF 




2 


NAME 








* ? 




Real and Personal Property 




2 i 

> 


Sweeney, Thomas C. 


L 190 Main St. 


5,250 






Bldgl90MainSt. 


13,700 


18,950 


Switzer, David C. & Judith 


L 10 Maple St. 


7,800 






Bldg 10 Maple St. 


21,450 


29,250 


Switzer, John B. & Bertha 


L Tenney Mt. Hwy 




4,250 


Sylvester, Mark & Katherine 


L 3 Broadway 


7,550 






Bldgs 3 Broadway 


19,600 


27,150 


Symonds, Kenneth G. 


L 28 Langdon St. 


5,600 






Bldg 28 Langdon St. 


17,700 


23,300 


Tapply, Philip C. & 








Ellen S. 


L Thurlow St. 


5,600 






Bldg Thurlow St. 


23,800 


29,400 


Tatara, Walter!. & 








Madeline 


L 6 Maple St. 


7,250 






Bldg 6 Maple St. 


19,350 


26,600 


Tau Kappa Epsilon 


L 34 Russell St. 


5,100 






Bldg 34 Russell St. 


20,000 


25,100 


Taylor, Beatrice C. 


L Texas Hill Rd.& 








Cor. Langdon St. 




4,650 


Taylor, Guy Jr. & Lucille 


L 3 Maple St. 


7,200 






Bldg 3 Maple St. 


21,100 


28,300 


Taylor, Guy 


1 Boat 




350 


Taylor, Mary C. 


L 14 Rogers St. 


6,650 






Bldg 14 Rogers St. 


29,200 


35,850 


Tear, Carolyn 


L 2 Gould Terrace 


2,800 






Bldg 2 Gould Terrace 


14,350 


17,150 


Telfer, Perley C. 


72A L E/S Rte. 3 


14,750 






Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


28,300 


43,050 


Telfer, Perley 


8ALoffE/SRte. 3So. 




1,150 


Temple, Frederick A. 


40A L W/S Thurlow St. 




1,000 


Tenney Mountain Corp. 


Bldg Tenney Mt. 




19,900 


Tenney Mountain Corp. 


Ski School Lodge 








Tenney Mt. 




23,450 


Tenney Mountain Corp. 


Base Lodge Tenney Mt. 




24,800 


Tenney Mountain Corp. 


Double Chair Lift & 








Wire/rope Tow Tenney Mt. 




92,150 


Thibeault, Armand J. & Janet 


L 5 Maple St. 


8,400 






Bldg 5 Maple St. 


17,100 


25,500 


Thomas, Bruce S. & Constance L 26 Langdon St. 


4,500 






Bldg 26 Langdon St. 


23,600 


28,100 


Thompson, Frederick, Ann & 








Robert 


LSI Highland St. 


13,100 






Bldg 51 Highland St. 


31,350 


44,450 


Thompson, John O. 


50A L off Bridgewater Rd. 




1,250 


Thompson, John O. 


8A L E/S Rte. 3 




1,300 


Thompson, John O. 


L E/S Rte. 3 


3,150 






Bldg E/S Rte. 3 


6,000 


9,150 



58 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



< 
> 



Thompson, Joseph D. 

Thompson, Rachel 

Thompson, Robert L. 
Thompson, Vesta B. 

Thorne, David D. & Marcia 

Tice, Peter & Ann F. 

Tillotson, Dwight & Lola 

C. B. Titus, Inc. 

Titus, Clifford B. & 
Geraldine 

Tivey, Richard & Catherine 

Tobey, George H. & Gloria 

Tompkins, Victor 

Tompkins, Victor 

Tompkins, Victor 
Topham, Richard L & 
Patricia 

Towers, John & Carol 
Townsend, Barbara 
Travis, Stephen H. & 
Kathleen C. 

Trojano, Harold D. & Marjorie 

Trow, Henry G. 

Tuck, Raymond & Dolores 
Turmelle, Leon L. & Helen L. 
Turmelle, Wilfred & Elsie 



LW/SRte. 3 3,900 

Bldg W/S Rte. 3 12,500 16,400 

L 82 Langdon St. 6,750 

Bldg 82 Langdon St. 23,600 30,350 

19A L Rt. of way to Loon Lake 470 

L R. O. W. to Loon Lake 4,000 

Bldg R.O.W. to Loon Lake 2,250 6,250 

L 32 Emerson St. 4,350 

Bldgs 32 Emerson St. 1 5,200 1 9,550 

L12Buckland Ave. 8,000 

Bldgl2Buckland Ave. 24,100 32,100 

L Smith Bridge Rd. 4,600 

Bldg Smith Bridge Rd. 16,100 20,700 

Tanks Railroad Sq. 11,150 

Bldg Railroad Sq. 10,500 21,650 

23.6A L Highland St. 51 ,650 

Bldg Highland St. 45,950 97,600 

L 4 Edmunds Ct. 3,350 

Bldg 4 Edmunds Ct. 17,750 21,100 

L Beech Hill Rd. 

Mobile Home Beech Hill Rd. 

65A L Rte. 3 

Bldgs Rte. 3 

L Fairgrounds Rd. 

Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 16,550 21,350 

L N/S Fairgrounds Rd. 5,100 

L 26 High St. 4,700 

Bldg 26 High St. 14,700 1 9,400 

Mobile Home Rte. 3 5,900 

L N/S Loon Lake 4,600 

L 10 Crawford St. 3,500 

Bldg 10 Crawford St. 13,400 16,900 

6A L E/S Rte. 3 5,200 

BldgE/SRte. 3 15,500 20,700 

95A L Quincy Rd. 1 2,070 

Mobile Home & Bldgs 

Quincy Rd. 6,350 18,420 

L Loon Lake 2,050 

Bldg Loon Lake 5,700 7,750 

L 12 Foster St. 2,200 

Bldg 12 Foster St. 10,000 12,200 

L 2 So. Main St. 12,300 

Bldg 2 So. Main St. 17,400 29,700 



2,450 

7,650 10,100 
72,250 
360,650 432,900 

4,800 
16,550 



59 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



Turner, Arnold 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




5,150 


Turner, Paul A. & Beatrice W 


L 4 Russell St. 


4,900 






Bldg 4 Russell St. 


26,950 


31,850 


Turtle, Harold D., Sr. & 


33ALW/SRte. 3 


21.350 




Lorraine 


Bldgs Sc Mobile Home 








W/S Rte. 3 


15,650 


37,000 


Tuttle, William A. & Margaret L 77 Langdon St. 


6,150 






Bldg 77 Langdon St. 


15,500 


21,650 


USM Corp. 


L E/S Foster St. 


22,050 






Bldgs E/S Foster St. 


31,850 


53,900 


Valliere, Rachel A. 


lOALRte. 3A 


7,850 






Bldg Rte. 3A 


12,700 


20,550 


Vailliere, Roy J. 


50A L Bell Rd. & 








Reservoir Rd. 




12,660 


Valliere, Roy 


300A L Rte. 3A So. 




45,550 


Vanhagen, Charles S. & 








Madeline 


L W/S Rte. 3 


5,050 






Bldg W/S Rte. 3 


17,550 


22,600 


Vanini, Mario & Carol 


L 6 Hawthorne St. 


4,500 






Bldg 6 Hawthorne St. 


14,550 


19,050 


Virtum, Henry E. & Ethel 


L 5 Keeble St. 


2,800 






Bldg 5 Keeble St. 


23,600 


26.400 


Volpe, Angelo & Doris 


L 1 Fox St. 


5,050 






Bldg 1 Fox St. 


23,850 


28,900 


Volpe, Angelo & Doris 


L W/S Langdon St. 


4,550 






Bldg Langdon St. 


4,950 


9,500 


Volpe, Angelo 


L 47 Main St. 


5,900 






Bldg 47 Main St. 


21,950 


27,850 


Wagner, Frederick E. 


131AL Reservoir Rd. 




9,940 


Wake Realty, Inc. 


17ALMelvinRd. 


10,610 






Bldg Melvin Rd. 


4.700 


15,310 


Wakefield, Roberta. 


L Thurlow St. 


4,650 






Bldg Thurlow St. 


24,100 


28,750 


Walker, Erwin L. & Ina 


L 63 Pleasant St. 


3,550 






Bldg 63 Pleasant St. 


19,800 


23,350 


Walker, Mary 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




7,650 


Walker, Walter L. Jr. & 








Judith F. 


L 6 Green St. 


2,350 






Bldg 6 Green St. 


15,400 


17,750 


Wallace, Ernest 


L Old Rte. 25 


4,400 






Bldg Old Rte. 25 


100 


4.500 


Wallace, Harold G. 


lOA L Highland St. 


23,550 






Bldg Highland St. 


13,000 






L Highland St. 


1,650 


38,200 


Walter, Henry & Ruth 


181 A L Texas Rd. 


31,970 






Bldg Texas Rd. 


36,850 


68,820 


Ward, James 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




5,700 



60 



NAME 


Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Proper-p/' 


TOTAL 
VALUATION 


Warren, Beatrice Heirs of 


L 38 Russell St. 


3,750 




Bldg 38 Russell St. 


23,750 27,500 


Washburn, Laurie 


2.67A L E/S Rte. 3A So. 


4,900 




Bldg Rte. 3A So. 


6,650 11,550 


Webb, William M.& Sally J. 


Lot 1 Summit Park Dev. 








Thurlow St. 




4,550 


Webster, John R. & Anne 


L 3 Langdon Park Rd. 


4,600 




Bldg 3 Langdon Park 


18,600 23,200 


Weidner, Charles H. & 






Margaret 


17A L Texas Hill Rd. 




8,300 


Welch, Beatrice 


L Thurlow St. 


6,250 




Bldg Thurlow St. 


23,900 30.150 


Welch, Frederick J. & 








Jo Ann 


L off Thurlow St. 


4.250 




Bldg off Thurlow St. 


17,300 21,550 


Welch, Harry A. 


L Smith Bridge Rd. 


5,700 




Bldg Smith Bridge Rd. 


18,450 24,150 


Welch, Harry A. 


LTenney Mt. Hwy 


14.550 




Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 


1,350 15,900 


Welch, Harry E. & Amelia 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


5,300 




Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


23,700 29,000 


Welch, Harry E. & Amelia 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


4,750 




Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 








Lotl 


17,750 22,500 


Welch, Harry E. & Amelia 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


4,850 




Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 








Lot 3 


14,100 18,950 


Welch. Harry E. & Amelia 


L Rear Fairgrounds Rd. 








Lot 6 




800 


Welch, Harry E. & Amelia 


L Rear Fairgrounds Rd. 








Lots 




750 


Welch, Raymond 


1 Boat 




300 


Wellborn, Richard E. 


L36 So. Main St. 


6,350 




Bldg 36 So. Main St. 


6,200 12,550 


Wells, Mary E. 


L 1 1 Wentworth St. 


2,800 




Bldg 11 Wentworth St. 


11,550 14,350 


Whalen, Michael F. & Diane 


L Loon Lake Rd. 


2,200 




Bldg Loon Lake Rd. 


3,750 5,950 


Wheeler. Morton & Lydia R. 


L Tenney Mt. Hwy 


5,850 




Bldg Tenney Mt. Hwy 


24,950 30,800 


Wherland, Robert & Doris 


L4 Hawthorne St. 


4,850 




Bldg 4 Hawthorne St. 


20,100 24,950 


White, Alan C. & Leona M. 


L 24 Warren St. 


4,700 




Bldg 24 Warren St. 


19,700 24,400 



61 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



> 



White, Charles I. Arnold 
Palmer & 
Leon L Sicard 



White, Nellie 

White Mt. Forest Products 
Inc. 

Whitehead, Elmer & LeRoy & 
Alma Sleeper 

Whitehead, Madeline & Elmer 

Whitehill, Duncan & Janet 

Whitehouse, Ethel 

Whitehouse, Stewart 

Whitesell, Donald B. & Hazel 

Whitney, Edward R. 

Whitney, V. V. Heirs 
Whittemore, Carl W. 

Whittier, Leon W. & Lucy 

Whortleberry, Inc. 

Wiggett, Roger I & Georgia 

Wilkie, Floyd W. & Irene 

Wilkie, GleaB. &Nina 

Wilkinson, William I & 
Geraldine 

Willey, Gordon L & Isabell 
Williams, Glenn & Enid 

Williamson, Marion 



L Langdon St. 
Bldgs Langdon St. 
Fox Park Apts. 
5A L Rte. 3A So. 
Bldg Rte. 3A So. 

21ALW/SRte. 3 
Bldg W/S Rte. 3 
Whip-O-Will Mobile Park 



93,200 

555,900 
4,250 
2,850 

68,050 



649,100 
7.100 



750 68,800 



L S/S Tesas Hill Rd. 


3,800 




Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


4,900 


8,700 


L Texas Hill Rd. 


1,700 




Bldg'IexasHillRd. 


600 


2,300 


L Tenney Mt. Subdiv. 


3,000 




Bldg Tenney Mt. Subdiv. 


25,900 


28,900 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


7,000 




Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


14,650 


21,650 


LBinksHillRd. 


8,000 




Bldg Binks Rill Rd. 


1,850 


9,850 


LI 16 Highland St. 


23,250 




Bldg 116 Highland St. 


38,850 


62,100 


L Fairgrounds Rd. 


4,200 




Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 


21,350 


25,550 


L S/S Hawthorne St. 




700 


L 45 Pleasant St. 


3,700 




Bldg 45 Pleasant St. 


14,550 


18,250 


L 2 Russell St. 


4,300 




Bldg 2 Russell St. 


34,100 


38,400 


L 188 No. Main St. 


5,500 




Bldg 188 No. Main St. 


21,650 


27,150 


L Texas Hill Rd. 


2,500 




Bldg Texas Hill Rd. 


7,650 


10,150 


L 16 Emerson St. 


4,350 




Bldg 16 Emerson St. 


15,600 


19,950 


L 15 Cummings St. 


3,950 




Bldg 15 Cummings St. 


17,950 


21,900 


L 47 Pleasant St. 


9,450 




Bldg 47 Pleasant St. 


19,250 


28,700 


LChiasson Rd. 




1,650 


L 23 Pleasant St. 


6,800 




Bldg 23 Pleasant St. 


19,350 


26,150 


L6 Langdon Park Rd. 


6,450 




Bldg 6 Langdon Park 


11.300 


17,750 



62 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



Willis, Clarence 
Willoughby. Grace Heirs of 

Winisatt, William R. & Rose E 
Winneblutfs, Inc. 

WinneblufTs, Inc. 
Winneblutfs. Inc. 
Witham. Minnie F. 

Wixon, Eldwin Jr. & 
Rowena P. 

Wood. John R. Sr. & 
Virginia M. 

Wood, John R. Sr. & 
Virginia M. 

Wood, John R. Sr. & 

Virginia M. 

Wood, John R. Sr. & 

Virginia M. 

Wood, John R. Sr. & 

Virginia M. 

Wood.JohnR. Sr. & 

Virginia M. 

Wood.JohnR. Sr.& 

Virginia M. 

Wood, John R. Sr. & 

Virginia M. 

Wood.JohnR. Sr.& 

Virginia M. 

Wood, Michael M. & Mary M. 

Woodbury, Edward F. & 

Geraldine G. 



Woodland 
Woodland 
Woodland 
Woodland 
Woodland 
Woodland 
Woodland 
Woodland 
Woodland 
Woodland 



Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 
Trust 



Mobile Home Quincy Rd. 
L 74 Highland St. 
Bldg 74 Highland St. 
12.2A L Chiasson Rd. 
L 140 Main St. 
Bldg 140 Main St. 
LN/S Highland St. 
150AL Reservoir Rd. 
L Smith Bridge Rd. 
Bldg Smith Bridge Rd. 

L Fairgrounds Rd. 
Bldg Fairgrounds Rd. 

L Smith St. 
Bldg Smith St. 

L Smith St. 
Bldg Smith St. 

Lot 7 Smith St. 

Lot 3 Smith St. 

Lot 10 Smith St. 

Lot 11 Smith St. 

Lot 8 Smith St. 

Lot 6 Smith St. 

Lot 5 Smith St. 
6AL Oak Ridge Rd. 

L W/S Rte. 3 
Bldg W/S Rte. 3 
Lot 2 Summit Park Dev. 
Lot 14 Summit Park Dev. 
Lot 13 Summit Park Dev. 
Lot 12 Summit Park Dev. 
Lot 1 1 Summit Park Dev. 
Lot 10 Summit Park Dev. 
Lot 9 Summit Park Dev. 
Lot 7 Summit Park Dev. 
Lot 6 Summit Park Dev. 
Lot 5 Summit Park Dev. 



5,650 
15,450 

9,650 
25,000 



6,550 
10,150 

6,850 
36,450 

1,250 
14,950 

1,200 
5.450 



2,500 
4,000 



1,350 

21,100 
13,350 

34,650 
8,400 
9,240 

16,700 



43,300 

16,200 

6,650 
3,800 
2,850 
1,350 

1,350 

1,150 

1,050 

700 
5,100 



6,500 

3,150 

5,500 

5,850 

15,250 

7,300 

13,100 

12,4(X) 

3,100 

3.8(X) 

7.950 

~63 





Description and Value 


of 


z 


NAME 






f < 




Real and Personal Property 


2 i 

> 


Woodland Trust 


Lot 4 Summit Park Dev. 




8,400 


Woodland Trust 


Lot 3 Summit Park Dev. 




3,200 


Woodrow. Lyndon & Myra 


L66 Langdon St. 


5,800 




Bldg 66 Langdon St. 


23,950 29,750 


Woodward, Robert U. 


L 20 Winter St. 


4,300 




Bldg 20 Winter St. 


15,000 19,300 


Woodward, Robert U. 


LS/S O'Brien St. 




4,000 


Yeaton, Dean 


66ALotYS/S Texas Hill Rd. 




1,650 


Yeaton, Doris 


204A E/S Yeaton Rd. 




5,100 


Yeaton, Doris 


54ALN/S Yeaton Rd. 


37,400 




Bldgs Yeaton Rd. 


41,300 78,700 


Yeaton, Doris 


88A LS/S Yeaton Rd. 




14,300 


Yeaton, Doris 


116ALoffRte.3ASo. 




7,410 


Yeaton, Doris 


38ALN/S New Hebron Rd. 




7,540 


Yeaton, Doris 


35A L SE/S Texas Hill Rd. 




8,030 


Yeaton, Doris 


32A L S/S New Hebron Rd. 




4,750 


Yeaton, Doris 


14ALE/SRte3ASo. 








1/2 Int. 




2,100 


Yeaton, Doris 


Mobile Home Yeaton Rd. 




3,400 


Yeaton, E. C. Heirs of 


20ALN/S River Rd. 




10,460 


Yeaton, Phillip E.& 








Rosalie J. 


ISA LS/S Yeaton Rd. 


11,800 




Bldg Yeaton Rd. 


17,500 29,300 


R. S. Yeaton, Inc. 


5ALoffW/SRte. 3ASo. 




2,050 


R. S. Yeaton, Inc. 


L N/S Yeaton Rd. 




1,700 


R. S. Yeaton, Inc. 


20A L SW/S Old Hebron Rd. 




6,840 


R. S. Yeaton, Inc. 


50ALoffW/S3ANo. 




1,250 


Yeaton Oil Co. 


1.4A L N/S Yeaton Dr. & 








E/S Rte.3A So. 




5,300 


Yeaton Oil Co. 


Tanks & Pumps Rte. 3A 




4,600 


Young, Brian 


Mobile Home Rte. 3 




5,200 


Young, Fred H. & Muriel 


10.9ALW/SRte. 3 


11,950 




BldgW/SRte. 3 


48,650 60,600 


Young, Nellie G. 


L 9 So. Main St. 


8,400 




Bldg 9 So. Main St. 


30,050 38,450 


Zak, Vlastimil J. & Dana M. 


L Langdon Park Rd. 


6,250 




Bldg Langdon Park Rd. 


26,000 32,250 


Zampieri, Angelo R. & 








Beverly 


Lots McLean St. 




4,600 


Zinfon, Gerald J. & 








Yvonne M. 


L 178 No. Main St. 


10,000 




Bldg 178 No. Main St. 


21,550 31,550 


Zoulias, George C. & Irene 


Mobile Home Cummings St. 


750 




Mobile Home Cummings St. 


700 1,450 


Zoulias, George C. & Irene 


L 68 Highland St. 


7,900 




Bldg 68 Highland St. 


17,400 25,300 



64 



NAME 



Description and Value of 
Real and Personal Property 



Zoulias, George C. & Irene 
Zoulias, George C. & Irene 
Zoulias, George C. & Irene 



L 24 Emerson St. 
Bldg 24 Emerson St. 
L 22 Emerson St. 
Bldg 22 Emerson St. 
L 40 Langdon St. 
Bldg 40 Langdon St. 



3,900 
20,350 
3,650 
7,850 
6,000 
12,450 



24,250 



11,500 



18,450 



65 



VETERANS EXEMPTIONS FOR 1973 



Ahern, Henry 
Allen, Burton 
Allen, Romola 
Allen, Russell 
Avery, Arthur M. 
Ayer, Robert 
Bagley, Norton 
Bailey, Merle 
Bain, Donald 
Baker, Lillian 
Bartlett, George 
Bartlett, Kenneth 
Batchelder, Roscoe 
Batchelder, William 
Bean, Ray 
Beauchemin, Louis 
Beaulieu, Albert 
Berg, Daniel 
Blair, Evelyn 
Blair, Richard 
Blake, Lester 
Blanchard, John 
Bowie, Myron W. 
Bownes, William 
Boyle, Robert 
Brooker, Jacob 
Brown, Richard 
Buckland, Lee 
Burrows, Chester 
Chapman, John 
Cheney, Harry 
Chivell, Joseph 
Churchill, George 
Churchill, Morris 
Clapper, Ernest 
Clark, Joseph 
Clark, Roger 
Clay, Frances 
Clifford, Arnold 
Clifford, Earl 
Clifford, George 
Cochran, Elmore 
Cochran, Patricia 
Connors, Thomas 
Corson, Richard 
Covin, Theodore 
Crane, Henry 
Currier, Edwin 
Cushing, Wallace 

66 



Danisch, John 
Davis. Alan 
Deachman, Harriett 
Decker, Edward 
DeHart, Wayne 
Deming, Lawrence 
Dennis, Harry 
Derrickson, Robert 
DeWitt, Phyllis 
Dow, Alan 
Downing, Edward 
Downing, Lewis 
Dreghorn, Douglas 
Driscoll, William 
Duffy, Thomas 
Dunlap, Laurice 
Dunphy, Alton 
Durand, Otto 
Durgin, Charles 
Duval, Paul 
Eastman, Clifton 
Elliott. Donald 
Elliott, Malcolm 
Ennor, Louis 
Evans, Donald 
Evans, Josephine 
Ewens, Ellen 
Fauver, Alfred 
Feinen, George 
Fellows, Francis 
Fitzgerald, Gerald 
Flanders, Lawrence L. 
Fogg, Alice 
Foley, John 
Forbes, Bertram 
Fortier, Norman 
Fouts, Gary 
Francesco, Dorothy 
Francesco, Louis 
Franusiak, Walter 
Freeman, Harold 
French, John 
Frey, Robert 
Garvey, John 
Geissler. Herman A. 
Gilman, Alice 
Goulart, Thomas 
Graves, Theodore 
Gray, Lewis 



Green. Reginald 
Grote, Joseph 
Gutowski, Roy 
Hadley, Stanley 
Hale, Robert 
Hall, David S. 
Hammond, Everett 
Hansen, Relma 
Hanson, Arthur 
Haskell, Robert 
Hastie, Glen 
Henderson, George 
Hinds. Bernard 
Hobart, Kenneth 
Hogan, James 
Holt, Woodbury 
Houston, Norman 
Howard, Alfred 
Howard, Earl 
Howes, Forrest E. 
Hunter, Michael 
Hussey, Harold 
Hutchins, Harry 
Hutchins, Robert 
Ireland, Chester 
Jaquith, Douglas 
Jefters, Alfred 
Jones, Clarence 
Kelly, Audrey 
Kerr, John 
Keyuorth, J. Gordon 
Kidder, Sherwood 
Laauwe, James 
Lacourse, George 
LaFontaine, Frederick 
Lambert, Todd 
Largent, John 
Lary, Dale 
Learned, Hazel 
Lenentine, Halston 
Lenentine. Jean 
Lessard, Edgar 
Locke, Bert 
Logan, Frank 
Logan, Fred 
Long, Joseph 
Lurie, Samuel 
Lurie, Ruth 
MacKenzie, Malcolm 
MacLeod, Wendell 
MacNeil, Allen 
M adore, Percy 



Main, Roben 
Marriott. Robert 
Martell, Alice 
Mayhew, James 
McGill, Sheldon Jr. 
McGlone, Barbara 
McWilliams, Norman 
McWilliams, Richard 
Melzer, Robert 
Milligan, John 
Minickiello, Dario 
Minickiello, Faust 
Morris, Thomas 
Morris, Thomas 
Morse, Horace 
Morse, Phyllis 
Moses, Morton 
Moses, Roland 
Moulton, Clifton 
Mullen, George 
Muzzey, Maurice 
Muzzey, Wesley 
Nobley, Patrick 
Noyes, William H. 
Orr, Rosamund 
Parrott, Richard 
Peoples, Stephen 
Perry, Merle 
Philbrick, Lillian 
Philbrick, Wilbur 
Pickel, Hollis 
Pillsbury. John 
Pinker, John 
Pittsley. Alva 
Plume. Bernard 
Poelman, Marjorie 
Potter. Edward 
Powers, Evelyn 
Prichard, Reno 
Puffer, Albert 
Putnam, Frances 
Ramsay, Sherburn 
Rand, Robert 
Ray, Florence 
Ray, George 
Recos, Gabriel 
Reader, Robert 
Reed, Clarence 
Richelson. Irwin 
Roberts, Edmund 
Robertson, Douglas 
Romprey, Alexas 



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Romprey, John 
Roy, Thomas 
Samaha, Norman 
Sargent, Ruth 
Sawyer, Leonard 
Shanker, Benjamin 
Shaw, Katherine 
Sherburn, Harold Jr. 
Sherman, Leon 
Sleeper, Louis 
Smith, Edward 
Smith, Wendell 
Sorrell, David 
Spaulding, Dayton 
St. Clair, Edward 
Stearns, Joseph 
Steinman, Leo 
Stevens, Roland 
Stormont, Donald 
Straw, David 
Sullivan, Walter 
Sutherland, Kenneth 
Sutherland, Phyllis 
Sweeney, Thomas 
Sylvestre, Mark 
Symonds, Kenneth 
Tapply, Philip 



Tatara, Walter 
Taylor, Guy 
Thompson, Rachel 
Tice, William 
Tillotson, Dwight 
Tobey, George 
Tuttle, Harold 
Van Hagen, Charles 
Vittum, Henry 
Walker, Erwin 
Ward, James 
Washburn, Sherman 
Welch, Frederick 
Welch, Raymond 
White, Alan 
Whitehill, Duncan 
Whitesell, Donald 
Whitney, Edward 
Whittier, Leon 
Wiggett, Roger 
Wilkie, Floyd 
Wilkinson, William 
Williams, Glenn 
Wood, John Sr. 
Yeaton, Phillip 
Young, Fred 



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Siugust 20 

Meeting — Supervisors of Check List 

Town Clerk's Office— Court House 7:00-9:00 P. M. 

August 31 

Meeting — Supervisors of Checklist 

Town Clerk's Office— Court House 7:00-9:00 P. M. 

leptember 10 

Primary Election — Area School 

)ctober 15 

Meeting — Supervisors of Checklist 

Town Clerk's Office— Court House 7:00-9:00 P. M. 

)ctober 26 

Meeting — Supervisors of Checklist 

Town Clerk's Office— Court House 7:00-9:00 P. M. 

»Joveniber 5 

Biennial Election — Area School 

)ecember 1 

Unpaid real and personal taxes commence drawing interest at 9% after this date 

)ecember 31 

Fiscal Year Closes 

SELECTMEN'S MEETINGS: Monday evenings at 7:00 P. M. at Town Office in 
Court House